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SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION

2021

COLLEGE FOR KIDS & TEENS

WHAT’S INSIDE

Keep Young Minds Active All Summer Long!

Creative Arts

Languages & Cultures

Humanities/Social Sciences

Math & Computers

Registration opens Tuesday, January 26 at 10am

Science

uwm.edu/sce/kids


WELCOME TO THE UWM SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION COLLEGE FOR KIDS & TEENS Program Contacts

Table of Contents Schedule Planner...................................................................... 3 Schedule at a Glance.............................................................4-6 Certificate Programs..............................................................7-9 Special Programs...............................................................10-11 Class Descriptions..............................................................12-30 Registration............................................................................... 31

Ben LaDuke Director cfkids@uwm.edu 414-227-3360 Gloria T. Lane Assistant Director cfkids@uwm.edu 414-227-3360

What Is College for Kids & Teens? College for Kids & Teens (CFK&T) through the School of Continuing Education is a hands-on enrichment program for students entering grades K5-12 who have high academic potential, motivation and talent. Established in 1980 we will be celebrating our 41st year! The program consists of one- and two-week classes in Creative Arts, Humanities/Social Sciences, Languages & Cultures, Math & Computers, and Science. Taught by UW system faculty or highly qualified and experienced instructors, all programs provide an “academic edge,” and class sizes are limited to 16 students unless otherwise noted. When and Where? Classes are held Mon-Fri, June 14-Aug 13 on the UWM campus, unless otherwise noted. Specific class dates/times are included in course descriptions. Registration Policy Once your child or teen is registered, there are no refunds or transfers. Refunds are made only for classes canceled by CFK&T. This policy is specific to College for Kids & Teens and does not apply to any School of Continuing Education courses. How Do I Register? Registration opens Jan 26, 2021, at 10am. Call, or fax in your registration or go online to uwm.edu/sce/kids to enroll. Note: Mailed registrations add several days to the registration process and lessen the likelihood of availability in your desired class. Parental Consent Forms Upon completion of registration, a mandatory parental consent form must be completed before the student's first day of classes. All families must have this form filled out before the first day of classes in order to attend classes. We ask that you indicate any and all allergies or special needs for our records as well. Confirmation of Registration Your receipt, parental consent form and important information document will be emailed to you for completion and return. If you do not provide an email address, you may also request to receive them by mail. You may also visit uwm.edu/sce/ kids to download consent forms right away. All participants are encouraged to have their own health insurance, as only limited secondary accident insurance is provided by the University. Please note: Confirmation dates reflect the entire summer program – June 14-Aug 13. Please refer to the catalog or website for specific dates and times of your registered classes. 2

Classes that do not reach sufficient enrollment by May 14 will be canceled. Please register before this date to ensure classes run. Please Note • Kindergartners must be five years old by June 14, 2021, and must have prior five-days-a-week school experience to participate in our program. This rule will be strictly enforced. Children who do not meet this requirement will be subject to immediate withdrawal without a refund given. • When registering for CFK&T, use next year’s grade level. • Some classes are designed for a broader range of students (e.g., grades 6-12), and others are more specifically targeted – look for grade levels listed next to each program number. • Specialty courses have a $5-25 computer lab/special materials fee included in the price. • For chemistry classes, closed-toe shoes must be worn at all times; no flip-flops or sandals. • For dance and theater classes, students must bring another pair of shoes to change into in order to participate. Please make sure your child brings appropriate shoes to class each day; no flip-flops or sandals.

Important Information Please note that due to the continued health risks related to COVID-19 our program format might need to change to an online delivery method. A decision as to the viability of face-to-face programming will be made in early spring on a date to be determined. Our registration policy states that once registered for classes we will not offer transfers or refunds. An exception to this policy will be that any registration made before April 16, 2021, may be refunded if the program has been transferred to an exclusively online format as a result of any health concerns relating to COVID-19. All requests for refunds due to this change will need to be made from April 16, 2021, through May 3, 2021.

All classes held on UWM campus unless otherwise noted.


COLLEGE FOR KIDS & TEENS SCHEDULE PLANNER Please use the grid below to organize your family’s schedule and help prevent registering a child for two classes at the same time. Name(s)______________________________________________________________________ Before Care 7:30-9am

9-11am

11:30am-1:30pm

2-4pm

After Care 4-5:30pm

Discovery Camp Plus June 14-18 Session I June 21-July 2 Discovery Camp 1 June 28-July 2 Session II July 12-23 Discovery Camp 2 July 19-23 Session III July 26-Aug 6 Discovery Camp 3 Aug 2-6 Discovery Camp 4 Aug 9-13 •

Please note: CFK&T only supervises registered students while they are in class or before/after care. Students enrolled in back-to-back classes or before/after care will be chaperoned to their next destination. No extended supervision (longer than the 30 minutes between consecutive class times) is available between 9am and 4pm.

Early Morning Drop Off 7:30-9am Two-week Sessions

Prog#

Please have your child bring a copy of this schedule to class each day so we can make sure they are always in the right place. If you need a copy, please call or email the CFK&T office to request a copy.

June 21-July 2 July 12-23 July 26-Aug 6

8410-1001 $50 8410-1007 $50 8410-1008 $50

Class Descriptions Classes are organized by grade level as well as by subject area. Courses that are offered for multiple grade levels are only listed once. The curriculum for these courses increases in complexity for each grade level.

Before and After Care To make things easier for students and parents, we offer supervised care at the Union Terrace before and after the program day, for a minimal charge. Chaperoning children to or from class is included in the fee. Come early or stay late. You must sign up for the full week. Late Pick-up Policy for After Care Please be advised that after care does end by 5:30pm. If families are late for pick up there will be a $10 charge for every 10 minutes that the student is not picked up. (5:41pm= $10, 5:55pm= $20 etc.) If a child is left in our care until 6pm we are required to take the child to the campus police department. Before Care 7:30-9am – $30/week or $50/two-week session (students may not be dropped off before 7:30am if they have a wrist band color other than orange) After Care 4-5:30pm – $30/week or $50/two-week session

For more information uwm.edu/sce/kids

Fee

Discovery Camps June 14-18 June 28-July 2 July 19-23 Aug 2-6 Aug 9-13

8410-1002 $30 8410-1003 $30 8410-1009 $30 8410-1010 $30 8410-1011 $30

Late Afternoon Pick Up 4-5:30pm Two-week Sessions

Prog#

Fee

June 21-July 2 July 12-23 July 26-Aug 6

8410-1004 8410-1012 8410-1013

$50 $50 $50

One-week Discovery Camps June 14-18 June 28-July 2 July 19-23 Aug 2-6 Aug 9-13

414-227-3360

8410-1005 8410-1006 8410-1014 8410-1015 8410-1016

$30 $30 $30 $30 $30

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July 12-23 (Week Two) Session II

SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE Kindergartners must be five years old by June 14 and must have prior five-days-a-week school experience to participate in our program. This rule will be strictly enforced. Children who do not meet this requirement will be subject to immediate withdrawal with no refund given. Special Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Creative Arts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Humanities/Social Sciences. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Languages & Cultures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Math & Computers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Science. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

p.10 p.12 p.16 p.22 p.23 p.27

June 21-July 2 Session I 9-11am Habitats & Biomes Math Munchkins Italian Cooking Math Busters Minecraft EDU Civil War Battles LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robotics Architecture and Fabrication I AR C H

Jewelry & Metals Harry Potter Club

PE CK

Grade K5-2 K5-2 3-5 3-5 3-5 6-8 6-8 6-8

Prog# 8410-122 8410-123 8410-124 8410-125 8410-126 8410-127 8410-128 8410-129

Fee Page $154 28 $154 24 $174 17 $154 24 $174 23 $154 20 $164 27 $164 16

6-12 8410-130 $174 13 6-12 8410-131 $154 17

9:30am-1:30pm Introduction to Data Science

Grade Prog# 9-12 8410-132

Fee Page $299 8

Courses

D ATA

11:30am-1:30pm Outside Art Seven Continents Checkmates! LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robotics Ooze, Drip, Bubble & Bounce Cartooning Italian Cooking Pottery Starting Your Own Business D ATA

Super Hero Mythology Minecraft EDU Survey of Calculus ONLINE AR C H

DATA

Architecture and Design

ARCH

Cartooning Architecture and Fabrication II AR C H 4

Prog# Fee Page 8410-133 $154 14 8410-134 $154 18 8410-135 $154 19 8410-136 $164 27 8410-137 $154 29 8410-138 $154 12 8410-139 $174 17 8410-140 $174 13 8410-141 $154 20

6-8 6-12 9-12

8410-142 8410-143 8410-144

$154 $174 $154

20 23 26

9-12 8410-145 $174 21

2-4pm Colorful Collage Math and Memory Games Exploring the Adventures in Integrated Arts/Visual Arts Math Games Pottery Reactive Science Mobil Digital Photography Freehand Sketching in Engineering Castles & Medieval Warfare Medical Camp Python Programming HYBRID D ATA

Grade K5-2 K5-2 3-5 3-5 3-5 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8

Grade K5-2 K5-2 3-5

Prog# 8410-146 8410-147 8410-148

Fee Page $154 14 $154 24 $164 13

3-5 8410-149 $154 23 3-5 8410-150 $174 13 3-5 8410-151 $154 29 6-12 8410-152 $174 13 6-12 8410-153 $154 16 6-12 8410-154 $154 16 6-12 8410-155 $154 27 9-12 8410-156 $174 26

9-11am Around the World in 10 Days Charts and Graphs Everywhere Games, Cards & More! Full STEAM Ahead LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robotics Watercolor Wonders Blueprints to Buildings A R C H Psychology 101 Sim City EDU One-Act Play: Theater One-Act Play: Stage and Set Design Engineering Wonders

Grade K5-2 K5-2 3-5 3-5 3-5 3-5 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-12 6-12

Prog# Fee Page 8410-190 $154 18 8410-191 $154 24 8410-192 $154 19 8410-193 $154 29 8410-194 $164 27 8410-195 $154 15 8410-196 $164 20 8410-197 $154 20 8410-198 $174 24 8410-199 $154 13 8410-200 $154 13

9-12

8410-201

$154

27

9:30am-1:30pm Grade Prog# Probability & Statistics (Certificate) 9-12 8410-202

Fee Page $299 8

11:30am-1:30pm Animal Detectives Wild Kingdom Pottery Sketch This! Sim City EDU Vacation Math Ancient Rome: The Gladiators LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robotics Exploring the Adventures in Integrated Arts/Visual Arts Geometry and Spatial Sense The Complete Fool

$154 $154

Grade K5-2 K5-2 3-5 3-5 3-5 3-5 6-8 6-8 6-8

Prog# Fee Page 8410-203 $154 28 8410-204 $154 18 8410-205 $174 13 8410-206 $154 15 8410-207 $174 24 8410-208 $154 24 8410-209 $154 20 8410-210 $164 27 8410-211 $164 13

6-12 9-12

8410-212 8410-213

23 21

2-4pm Grade Prog# Fee Page I Made This! K5-2 8410-214 $154 14 Math Art K5-2 8410-215 $154 24 Exploration & Applications in Math 3-5 8410-216 $154 24 Map and Compass Skills 3-5 8410-217 $154 19 Prehistoric Titans 3-5 8410-218 $154 19 Engineering Wonders 6-8 8410-219 $154 27 Pottery 6-8 8410-220 $174 13 Stock Market 6-8 8410-221 $154 25 Stage Makeup 6-12 8410-222 $159 14 Algebra Camp ONLINE A R C H DATA 9-12 8410-223 $154 25 Architecture and Models A R C H 9-12 8410-224 $174 21 Introduction to Programming I 9-12 8410-225 $174 26 HYBRID

DATA

July 26-Aug 6 Session III 9-11am Edible Science Making Cents of It City Design LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robotics II Exploring Martial Arts Computer Coding, Games and Fun Designing With Virtual Reality

Grade K5-2 K5-2 3-5 3-5 3-5 6-8 6-8

Prog# 8410-257 8410-258 8410-259 8410-260 8410-261 8410-262 8410-263

Fee Page $154 28 $154 24 $154 19 $164 27 $154 16 $174 23 $164 16

ARCH

Young Mathletes 6-8 8410-264 $154 25 Urban Art 6-8 8410-265 $154 15 Algebra II* ONLINE A R C H DATA 9-12 8410-266 $154 26 The History of Aviation 9-12 8410-267 $154 21 9:30am-1:30pm Grade Prog# Fee Page Entrepreneurial Data Science 9-12 8410-268 $299 8 DATA

3D/Sculpture & Digital Art

9-12 8410-157 $154 12 9-12 8410-158 $164 16 All classes held on UWM campus unless otherwise noted.

ARCH

10-12 8410-362 $299

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11:30am-1:30pm Chalk It Up! Nature’s Storytime Computer Coding, Games and Fun Interior Design Playground Games Pottery African Music and Culture Embroidery LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robotics II Exploring Martial Arts The Science of Aviation

Grade K5-2 K5-2 3-5 3-5 3-5 3-5 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-12 9-12

Prog# Fee Page 8410-269 $154 14 8410-270 $154 28 8410-271 $174 23 8410-272 $154 13 8410-273 $154 17 8410-274 $174 13 8410-275 $154 22 8410-276 $154 15 8410-277 $164 27 8410-278 $154 16 8410-279 $154 30

2-4pm An Artist a Day Reading Made Easy African Music and Culture Nature: The Real Mother of Invention Money Magic Communication 101 Pottery Interior Design Survival 101 Architecture and Domestic Space AR C H Designing With Virtual Reality

Grade K5-2 K5-2 3-5 3-5

Prog# 8410-280 8410-281 8410-282 8410-283

3-5 6-8 6-8 6-12 6-12 9-12

8410-284 $154 25 8410-285 $154 20 8410-286 $174 13 8410-287 $154 13 8410-288 $154 27 8410-289 $174 21

9-12

8410-290

$164

16

9-12

8410-291

$174

26

AR C H

Introduction to Programming II HYBRID

D ATA

Digital Fabrication PE CK Pre-Calculus ONLINE DATA ACT Preparation Class

Fee Page $154 14 $154 18 $154 22 $154 29

6-12 8410-292 $174 12 9-12 8410-293 $154 26 11-12 8410-360 $195 11

June 14-18 Discovery Camp Plus Please Note: Discovery Camp Plus begins and ends during a time when some schools might be in session. 9-11am Grade Creepy Crawlers K5-2 Don’t Get Bored With Board Games 3-5 From Zero to Googolplex 3-5 Coding Academy 6-8 Comic Connections 6-8 Philosophy 101 6-12 Discrete Mathematics and 9-12 Combinatorics DATA

Prog# 8410-100 8410-101 8410-102 8410-103 8410-104 8410-105 8410-106

Fee Page $99 28 $99 19 $99 24 $109 23 $99 15 $99 17 $99 26

11:30am-1:30pm All About Pirates Animal Habitats Coding Academy Advanced Drawing French Culture and Cuisine All About the Body! Financial Literacy

Grade K5-2 3-5 3-5 6-8 6-8 9-12 9-12

Prog# 8410-107 8410-108 8410-109 8410-110 8410-111 8410-112 8410-113

Fee Page $99 18 $99 29 $109 23 $99 12 $109 22 $99 30 $99 26

2-4pm Created With Recycled Products French Culture and Cuisine Under the Sea Building a Debate Cybersecurity Roll the Dice DATA Advanced Drawing Political Science 101

Grade K5-2 3-5 3-5 6-8 6-8 6-8 9-12 9-12

Prog# Fee Page 8410-114 $99 14 8410-115 $109 22 8410-116 $99 28 8410-117 $99 16 8410-118 $109 25 8410-119 $99 25 8410-120 $99 12 8410-121 $99 21

Discount – If registering for six or more classes. Please use discount code CFK6PLUS to receive 15% off.

June 28-July 2 Discovery Camp 1 Please Note: Discovery Camp 1 runs simultaneously with the second week of Session I. 9-11am Alphabeasts STEM Challenge American Sign Language Building a Debate Munching Away Math Beginning Guitar Don’t Get Punked by Math Public Speaking Theatre Workshop

Grade Prog# Fee Page K5-2 8410-159 $99 18 K5-2 8410-160 $99 29 3-5 8410-161 $99 22 3-5 8410-162 $99 16 3-5 8410-163 $99 25 6-8 8410-164 $109 12 6-8 8410-165 $99 25 9-12 8410-166 $99 21 9-12 8410-167 $99 14

9am-1:30pm The UWM Writing Project – Introductory Teen Writing Academy

Grade Prog# 9-12 8410-168

Fee Page $229 10

9am-3:00pm ACT Preparation Boot Camp (11th and 12th grades only)

Grade Prog# 11-12 8410-359

Fee Page $195 11

11:30am-1:30pm Animal Detectives Let’s Play Games Beginning Guitar Saving Bob Wacky World of Numbers CSI Milwaukee Fit Finances Theatre Workshop American Sign Language Strategy Games Architecture Tourism A R C H 2-4pm American Sign Language Pet Care Healthy Habits Theatre Workshop The Language of Chess Amazon Rainforest Studies Poetry and Prose Advanced Geometry A R C H Earth Science Statistical Literacy DATA

Grade Prog# Fee Page K5-2 8410-169 $99 28 K5-2 8410-170 $99 18 3-5 8410-171 $109 12 3-5 8410-172 $99 19 3-5 8410-173 $99 25 6-8 8410-174 $99 30 6-8 8410-175 $99 25 6-8 8410-176 $99 14 6-12 8410-177 $99 22 6-12 8410-178 $99 17 6-12 8410-179 $109 16 Grade Prog# Fee Page K5-2 8410-180 $99 22 K5-2 8410-181 $99 28 3-5 8410-182 $99 29 3-5 8410-183 $99 14 3-5 8410-184 $99 19 6-8 8410-185 $99 30 6-8 8410-186 $99 20 6-12 8410-187 $99 23 9-12 8410-188 $99 30 9-12 8410-189 $99 26

July 19-July 23 Discovery Camp 2 Please Note: Discovery Camp 2 runs simultaneously with the second week of Session II. 9-11am How to Draw! Nature’s Neighborhoods: Ecosystems Book Making Bugs, Beetles and Butterflies Geometry and Spatial Sense Beginning Spanish Bowling 101 Amusement Park Physics Social Justice Issues

Grade Prog# K5-2 8410-226 K5-2 8410-227

Fee Page $99 14 $99 28

3-5 3-5 3-5 6-8 6-12 6-12 9-12

$99 $99 $99 $99 $99 $99 $99

9am-1:30pm The UWM Writing Project – Young Writers’ Academy 2D/Drawing 101 (Certificate)

Grade Prog# 6-8 8410-235

Fee Page $229 10

10-12

$199

8410-228 8410-229 8410-230 8410-231 8410-232 8410-233 8410-234

8410-361

15 29 23 22 16 27 21

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Does not include before or after care.

For more information uwm.edu/sce/kids

414-227-3360

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July 19-July 23 Discovery Camp 2 (continued)

Aug 9-13 Discovery Camp 4

11:30am-1:30pm Jr. Paleontologists Math Games All About Rocks Buon Appetito Cross-Stitching Escape the Classroom Live from the Improv! Model Building Conversational Spanish Rocketry – Up, Up and Away!

Grade K5-2 K5-2 3-5 3-5 3-5 3-5 6-8 6-8 6-12 6-12

Prog# Fee Page 8410-236 $99 18 8410-237 $99 23 8410-238 $99 29 8410-239 $109 16 8410-240 $99 15 8410-241 $99 19 8410-242 $99 15 8410-243 $99 20 8410-244 $99 22 8410-245 $99 28

2-4pm 1, 2, 3, Blast Off! Playground Games Beginning Spanish Rocketry – Up, Up and Away! Yoga Building Confidence Through Performance Buon Appetito Geographic Information Systems Creative Drama I’m a Human Calculator Histories Mysteries Making the Move to High School Art! (Certificate)

Grade K5-2 K5-2 3-5 3-5 3-5 6-8

Prog# Fee Page 8410-246 $99 28 8410-247 $99 17 8410-248 $99 22 8410-249 $99 28 8410-250 $99 20 8410-251 $99 15

6-8 6-8 6-12 6-12 6-12 9

8410-252 8410-253 8410-254 8410-255 8410-256 8410-363

$109 $99 $99 $99 $99 $99

16 30 12 23 17 9

Aug 2-6 Discovery Camp 3

Courses

Please Note: Discovery Camp 3 runs simultaneously with the second week of Session III.

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9-11am Beginning Piano Young Scientist's Toolbox Crochet Jr. Detective Want to Be a Card Shark? Brain Busters Introduction to French Who Am I? Writing for Television Biology: Mysteries of Life

Grade K5-2 K5-2 3-5 3-5 3-5 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-12 9-12

Prog# Fee Page 8410-294 $109 12 8410-295 $99 29 8410-296 $99 12 8410-297 $99 29 8410-298 $99 19 8410-299 $99 25 8410-300 $99 22 8410-301 $99 21 8410-302 $99 17 8410-303 $99 30

9am-1:30pm Freshwater Science Class

Grade Prog# 6-12 8410-304

11:30am-1:30pm Eric Carle’s Readers Theater Vacation Math Beginning Piano Introduction to French $mart Money Dance Workshop: Tap and Jazz Genetics Journalism Urban Farming Trigonometry ONLINE ARCH

Grade Prog# Fee Page K5-2 8410-305 $99 18 K5-2 8410-306 $99 24 3-5 8410-307 $109 12 3-5 8410-308 $99 22 3-5 8410-309 $99 25 6-8 8410-310 $99 12 9-12 8410-311 $99 27 6-8 8410-312 $99 20 6-8 8410-313 $99 30 9-12 8410-314 $99 26

2-4pm Elementary Music Under the Sea Be a Math Genius Dance Workshop: Tap and Jazz Pen a Pokémon Beginning Piano Crochet Urban Planning ARCH Introduction to French Genetics

Grade Prog# Fee Page K5-2 8410-315 $99 14 K5-2 8410-316 $99 28 3-5 8410-317 $99 24 3-5 8410-318 $99 12 3-5 8410-319 $99 19 6-8 8410-320 $109 12 6-12 8410-321 $99 12 6-12 8410-322 $99 17 9-12 8410-323 $99 22 6-8 8410-324 $99 27

Fee Page $250 11

Please Note: Discovery Camp 4 begins and ends during which some schools might still be in session. 9-11am Charts and Graphs Everywhere Plants Science Mythology Gizmos and Gadgets Got Rhythm Developing Video Games Order in the Court Print Making P EC K Macro Molecules Introduction to Russian

Grade Prog# Fee Page K5-2 8410-325 $99 24 K5-2 8410-326 $99 29 3-5 8410-327 $99 17 3-5 8410-328 $99 29 6-8 8410-329 $99 13 6-8 8410-330 $109 23 6-12 8410-331 $99 17 6-12 8410-332 $109 14 9-12 8410-333 $99 27 9-12 8410-334 $99 22

11:30am-1:30pm Dice’n Up Math Oh the Places We’ll Go Mindful Art Practices Rocketry – Up, Up and Away! Developing Video Games Alternative Imaging Mythology Introduction to Russian Macro Molecules Algebra I ONLINE A R C H DATA Got Rhythm College Readiness 2-4pm Fun With Fine Arts I Wanna Be... Got Rhythm Into the Amazon Rainforest Introduction to Russian Word Power It’s Electric Paragraph Construction Zone What’s the Chance? DATA Alternative Imaging Developing Video Games Claymation

Grade Prog# Fee Page K5-2 8410-335 $99 24 K5-2 8410-336 $99 18 3-5 8410-337 $99 15 3-5 8410-338 $99 28 3-5 8410-339 $109 23 6-8 8410-340 $99 12 6-8 8410-341 $99 17 6-8 8410-342 $99 22 6-8 8410-343 $99 27 9-12 8410-344 $99 26 9-12 8410-345 $99 13 9-12 8410-346 $99 21 Grade Prog# Fee Page K5-2 8410-347 $99 14 K5-2 8410-348 $99 18 3-5 8410-349 $99 13 3-5 8410-350 $99 29 3-5 8410-351 $99 22 3-5 8410-352 $99 20 6-8 8410-353 $99 30 6-8 8410-354 $99 20 6-8 8410-355 $99 25 9-12 8410-356 $99 12 9-12 8410-357 $109 23 9-12 8410-358 $99 15

Sponsor a Student With a $250 donation, you can sponsor a child-in-need to attend CFK for one week in the summer. In fact, any amount of contribution throughout the year is greatly appreciated. Would you consider making a pledge to help a deserving child attend classes during the 2021 summer session? On behalf of our students, we extend a heartfelt thank you for your generosity and gift of education. To learn more about the ways in which you can give financial support, contact: Liza Longhini Development Director 414-227-3252 lizal@uwm.edu

uwm.edu/sce/give

All classes held on UWM campus unless otherwise noted.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION Please note the location of our summer 2021 program maybe be subject to change.

Registration Policy Once your child or teen is registered, there are no refunds or transfers. Refunds are made only for classes canceled by CFK&T. This policy is specific to College for Kids & Teens and does not apply to any School of Continuing Education courses. Classes that do not reach sufficient enrollment by May 21 will be canceled. Please register before this date to ensure classes run.

Skip Ahead!

Scholarships

Advance check-in: May 31-June 11, 9am-4pm. Avoid the long lines and get acquainted with campus early – stop by our office located in the Union, room W179. Please call 414-227-3360 (before May 25) or 414-940-1896 (after May 25) for other questions.

Needs-Based: To be eligible for a limited number of needs-based scholarships, student must be entering grades K5-5 and be eligible for the free or reduced lunch program. Needs-based recipients will be notified by email the 1st week of May.

Check-In

DPI Pre-College Scholarship Program: Applicants must be going into 6th grade or above, have a 2.5 grade point average in core courses, and be eligible for the free or reduced lunch program.

Check in begins at 7:30am in the Union Terrace on your child’s first day. Here, we will make sure you’ve filled out all the proper paperwork, and then students will receive their CFK&T drawstring backpacks and wristbands. It is helpful to bring your confirmation receipt with you on the first day. Please note: You only need to do this one time during the summer on your first day of your first class. Please arrive 20-30 minutes before your class start time in order to get checked in and start class on time. If a large number of students arrive right before class start time to check in, there will be a significant delay in getting students to their class and receiving the full instruction.

If you qualify for either of these scholarships, please call or email our program for an application, contact your school or download forms at uwm.edu/sce/kids. Due to the high number of requests, only those receiving scholarships are notified by email. Scholarships are first come, first served; please apply as soon as possible since most years we have reached our maximum number to award by early April.

NEW! THE

UWM COLLEGE FOR KIDS & TEENS AND SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING CERTIFICATE TRACK Core Classes (3)

Misc. Electives (2)

• Architecture and Design (Gr. 9-12) 11:30am-1:30pm – Session I

• 3D/Sculpture 101 & Digital Art (Gr. 10-12) P EC K

• Architecture and Models (Gr. 9-12) 2-4pm – Session II

• Urban Planning (Gr. 6-12) 2-4pm – Discovery Camp 3

• Architecture and Domestic Space (Gr. 9-12) 2-4pm – Session III

• Architecture Tourism (Gr. 6-12) 11:30am-1:30pm – Discovery Camp 1

New this year UWM's College for Kids & Teens is partnering with the UWM School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SARUP) in offering a certificate track opportunity for students interested in Architecture and Urban Planning.

Student must choose one course from the Architecture Elective choices and two courses from the Misc. Electives choices.

• Advanced Geometry (Gr. 6-12) 2-4pm – Discovery Camp 1

The CFK&T Certificate Track consists of three core two-week classes and three elective classes (one Architecture elective and two Misc. electives) for a total of six classes. All core classes can be completed by grades 9-12 students and some elective courses can be completed by grades 6-8 students.

• Architecture and Fabrication I (Gr. 6-8) 9-11am – Session I

*Not all elective courses will be offered every summer. Note: The elective course offerings are highlighted with the following symbol ARCH and are located in the Schedule at a Glance and in the class descriptions.

Architecture Electives (1)

• Architecture and Fabrication II (Gr. 9-12) 2-4pm – Session I • Blueprints to Buildings (Gr. 6-8) 9-11am – Session II

• Survey of Calculus (Gr. 9-12) 11:30am-1:30pm – Session I (Online) • Algebra II (Gr. 6-12) 9-11am – Session III (Online) • Trigonometry (Gr. 9-12) 11:30am-1:30pm – Discovery Camp 3 • Algebra I (Gr. 6-12) • Architectural Model Building (Gr. 6-8)

• Designing With Virtual Reality I (Gr. 6-8) 9-11am – Session III • Designing With Virtual Reality II (Gr. 9-12) 2-4pm – Session III

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THE UWM COLLEGE FOR KIDS & TEENS DATA SCIENCE CERTIFICATE TRACK – IN PARTNERSHIP WITH NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL DATA SCIENCE INSTITUTE Core The CFK&T Data Science Certificate Track can be earned by completing all three core two-week, four-hour class offerings: • Introduction to Data Science • Probability and Statistics • Entrepreneurial Data Science Elective To complete the certificate track choose two elective classes from the following:

As part of a newly developed partnership with the Northwestern Mutual Data Science Institute, UWM College for Kids & Teens is now offering a certificate track that consists of a total of five courses related to the study of data science. In order to complete the certificate, the student must complete all three core classes offered every summer and two elective courses from a selection of 14 College for Kids & Teens offerings. All core courses are for grades 9-12 and can be completed over a three-year window. Any electives may be offered for grades 6-12 and can be taken at any time previous or simultaneous to the finish of core classes.

• Adventures in Statistics*

• Introduction to Programming II

• Algebra Camp

• Programming Primer*

• Algebra I

• Python Programming

• Algebra II

• Roll the Dice

• Starting Your Own Business

• Sportistics*

• Pre-Calculus

• Statistical Literacy

• Discrete Mathematics and Combinatorics

• Survey of Calculus

• Introduction to Programming I

• What's the Chance?

Note: The elective course offerings are highlighted with the following symbol and are located in the Schedule at a Glance and in the class descriptions. *Not all elective courses will be offered every summer.

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Courses

Data Science Core Classes Introduction to Data Science

Probability & Statistics

Entrepreneurial Data Science

This introductory course develops computational thinking and tools necessary to answer questions that arise from large-scale datasets. This course emphasizes an end-to-end approach to data science, introducing programming techniques in Python that cover data processing, modeling and analysis.

Probability and statistics courses teach skills in understanding whether data is meaningful, including optimization, inference, testing and other methods for analyzing patterns in data and using them to predict, understand and improve results. Learn about how statistics can be used in everyday life to summarize datasets and draw conclusions from them. Study mean, median, mode, range, quartiles, box-and-line plots, standard deviation and how to find untrustworthy observations in a dataset. Then learn about using basic probability rules to study probability distributions and make predictions about them.

In this course the students apply data science to a real-world application and create a start-up company in an interest area of their choosing. The students implement and apply innovation in technology to get a better understanding of data and how it affects business. The students also use an understanding of design thinking to help understand and utilize data in creating a pitch for their start-up business.

$299 Steve Augustine 8410-202 July 12-23, 9am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Session II

Note: There is a 30-minute, supervised lunch break every day. Please make sure students bring a bagged lunch or, if they have permission to leave unattended, they may bring money to purchase lunch in the student union.

First, how can data be extracted that describes realworld phenomenon? This part of the course includes data collection, processing, cleaning ("munging"), and dealing with formatted and semi-formatted data (e.g., json). Second, how can data be modeled and used to make predictions? This includes methods in regression and classification, and experimental design. And third, how can the results of this analysis be understood and reasoned? This includes topics in visualization, and methods for hypothesis testing and validation. The course involves hands-on analysis of a variety of real-world datasets, including economic data, document collections, geographical data and social networks. The class includes work on a real-world case study utilizing data and based on student interests.

$299 Instructor: TBA 8410-268 July 26-Aug 6, 9am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Session III

Note: There is a 30-minute, supervised lunch break every day. Please make sure students bring a bagged lunch or, if they have permission to leave unattended, they may bring money to purchase lunch in the student union.

$299 Holly Werra 8410-132 June 21-July 2, 9am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Session I Note: There is a 30-minute, supervised lunch break every day. Please make sure students bring a bagged lunch or, if they have permission to leave unattended, they may bring money to purchase lunch in the student union.

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UWM COLLEGE FOR KIDS & TEENS AND PECK SCHOOL OF THE ARTS ART & DESIGN CERTIFICATE TRACK Art & Design Core Classes (2) • 2D/Drawing 101 (Gr. 10-12) [One-Week Class] • 3D/Sculpture 101 & Digital Art (Gr. 10-12) [Two-Week Class] See below for dates and class descriptions.

Art & Design Elective Classes (3) • Jewelry & Metals (Gr. 6-12) 9-11am – Session I

• Fibers *

• Digital Fabrication (Gr. 6-12) 2-4pm – Session III

• Photography *

• Print Making (Gr. 6-12) 9-11am – Discovery Camp 4

• Painting * • Community/Public Art * • Ceramics *

• Blacksmithing * New this year UWM's College for Kids & Teens is partnering with the UWM Peck School of the Arts (PSOA) in offering a certificate track opportunity for students interested in Art & Design. The certificate courses give the students an opportunity to gain a base knowledge of Art & Design. The CFK&T Certificate Track consists of two ArtsECO Core Classes and three Art & Design Elective classes for a total of five classes. All ArtsECO core classes can be completed by grade 10-12 students and Art & Design elective classes can be completed by grade 6-12 students.

Note: The elective course offerings are highlighted with the following symbol PECK and are located in the Schedule at a Glance and in the class descriptions. *Not all elective courses will be offered every summer.

Art & Design [Optional] Prerequisite • Making the Move to High School Art! (Gr. 9) 2-4pm – Discovery Camp 2

Art & Design Core Classes ArtsECO Pre-College provides college-preparatory art and design instruction to Milwaukee-area high school students. Students build their portfolio and art-making skills as well as venture into new media such as printmaking, sculpture, or digital processes. Tied to admissions, this on-campus experience may lead students to college applications, first-year opportunities and scholarships! 2021 courses include:

2D/Drawing 101

3D/Sculpture & Digital Art

Drawing is a language that can transform a blank page into a new world. Drawing is also a skill that helps us express ourselves, develop our ideas, and better understand the world. Peck School of the Arts drawing faculty help students move from observation and imagination to highly developed drawings and a strong artistic voice.

Sculptural Forms (3D) – Working with a variety of materials and processes related to making 3D forms, this materials-rich course will work between 2D and 3D spaces, from drawing ideas to visualizing them in clay, wire, plaster and other materials. No prior experience needed to take on this 3D exploration.

1-Week PSOA Class $199 8410-361 July 19-23, 9am-1:30pm Gr. 10-12, Discovery Camp 2

Digital Art – Peck School of the Arts digital art instructors lead high school students through the wonders of drawing and painting digitally. This class will teach the basics of creating with a variety of digital products, including Adobe as well as freeware. Students will use tools to produce amazing images that express their wildest imagination.

Note: There will be only 12 enrollment slots available. Additional information will be provided by ArtsECO Pre-College following registration with CFK&T.

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2-Week PSOA Class $299 8410-362 July 26-Aug 6, 9am-1:30pm Gr. 10-12, Session III Note: There will be only 12 enrollment slots available. Additional information will be provided by ArtsECO Pre-College following registration with CFK&T.

For more information uwm.edu/sce/kids

Making the Move to High School Art! This class helps students build 2D skills in a variety of media and approaches and get ready to take on art at the high school level. For current 8th graders, entering grade 9 in fall 2021. 1-Week PSOA Class $99 8410-363 July 19-23, 2-4 pm Gr. 9, Discovery Camp 2 Note: There will be only 12 enrollment slots available. Additional information will be provided by ArtsECO Pre-College following registration with CFK&T.

ArtsECO Pre-College offers additional afternoon opportunities such as trips and special workshops. For more information, visit the ArtsECO website uwm.edu/arts/ arts-eco or email ArtsECO Pre-College at artseco-precollege@uwm.edu or call us at (414) 251-5764.

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THE UWM WRITING PROJECT SPECIAL PROGRAM

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Writing Project (UWMWP) is an active chapter of the National Writing Project (NWP). Founded in 1974, NWP’s ongoing mission is to provide writing teachers resources and training in order to cultivate new methods of teaching, research on teaching and a passionately professional writing community. Teacher-Consultants (TCs) participate in an accredited, graduate-level Summer Institute, as well as smaller in-services throughout the year. What makes TCs unique is their pledge and dedication to writing. This passion includes creating new ways to inspire writers of all ages and a personal commitment to their own writing practices. The partnership of College for Kids & Teens (CFK&T) with the UWMWP allows student writers an opportunity to work with three professionally and academically trained TCs per class! These instructors utilize materials from the NWP to create a supportive and engaged writing community, which provides students with a week of invigorating writing experience. Furthermore, both CFK&T and the UWMWP share the goal of community building. So the TCs selected to work each week are passionate writers from the Metro Milwaukee community.

The UWM Writing Project – Introductory Teen Writing Academy

The UWM Writing Project – Young Writers’ Academy

Sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Writing Project, this writing class is designed specifically for teen students who are interested in practicing writing across three genres: Fiction, Poetry and Nonfiction/Essay. These classes are facilitated by experienced writers and teachers – trained Teacher-Consultants with the UWM Writing Project – who introduce writing activities that are fun, helpful and inspiring to the imagination.

Back by popular demand, this University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Writing Project’s (UWMWP) camp is for aspiring writers who are entering grades 6-8. During the camp, we meet each day in writing groups. This camp is facilitated by Teacher-Consultants (TCs), experienced writers and teachers who are involved in the UWMWP – and these TCs have a common goal of inspiring the imaginations and composition skills of young writers! We write daily in a creative, supportive environment. While writers of all abilities are welcome, we focus on some introductory concepts as well as more nuanced, stylistic skills.

During the Introductory Teen Writing Academy, student writers: • Explore concepts from three genres, including short fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction/essay • Choose two genres and produce polished writing pieces

Courses

• Learn writing techniques used by professional writers • Receive individual instruction and response in small groups • Cultivate an initial writing process: brainstorming, free writing, drafting and revising • Celebrate writing with a culminating community event designed to share writing with parents, teachers and peers Since this is a writing academy sponsored by the UWM Writing Project, we utilize a strong curriculum anchored by low teacher-to-student ratios (one instructor for every five or six students). This allows us the opportunity to know writers as individuals and foster a stronger writing community. This camp is open to all students, grades 9-12, who are interested in writing, even if they have not participated in other writing programs (some background in writing is welcomed and encouraged but not mandatory). Students can bring previous work, but will spend the week focusing on new writing projects that fit within our three genres. $229 Sara Skiba 8410-168 June 28-July 2, 9am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 1 Note: There is a 30-minute, supervised lunch break every day. Please make sure students bring a bagged lunch or, if they have permission to leave unattended, they may bring money to purchase lunch in the student union.

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During the Young Writers’ Academy, student writers: • Explore a variety of genres, including poetry, short fiction, essay/nonfiction writing and more • Receive individual instruction and feedback in small groups from UWMWP TCs • Learn introductory and foundational writing techniques used by professional writers • Meet and share writing with young writers from all around the state and country • Engage in the entire writing process: brainstorming, drafting, revising and editing Because this writing academy is sponsored by the UWMWP, we utilize a strong curriculum anchored by low teacher-to-student ratios (one instructor for every five or six students). This provides us the opportunity to build an authentic rapport with student writers, which ultimately allows us to foster a stronger writing community. The Young Writers’ Academy culminates in a celebration of writing at the end of the week, where students are encouraged to share their favorite pieces. New and returning participants are welcome to attend! $229 Sara Skiba 8410-235 July 19-23, 9am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 2 Note: There is a 30-minute, supervised lunch break every day. Please make sure students bring a bagged lunch or, if they have permission to leave unattended, they may bring money to purchase lunch in the student union.

All classes held on UWM campus unless otherwise noted.


SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Water is the key to our health, our wealth and our way of life. In collaboration with the UWM School of Freshwater Sciences, students explore the watersheds of both the Milwaukee River and Lake Michigan to get a better understanding of the health and importance of our local waterways. This program is facilitated by the School of Freshwater Sciences’ Outreach Manager Liz Sutton with visits from scientists and graduate students working in the field.

Special Programs

The UWM School of Freshwater Sciences – Watershed Exploration

During the Watershed Exploration, students: • Investigate ecology and aquatic life of the watershed • Learn water quality sampling techniques • Explore nonpoint source pollution and water management

Mini-Courses Summer ACT Partnership Classes Prerequisite: Students must have a core GPA of 2.5.

Designed to help prepare 11th and 12th graders for the official ACT college entrance exam, you’ll cover math, reading, English, science reasoning and test-taking strategies. An unofficial ACT pre- and post-test experience opportunity is included. The Mini-Courses office contacts you directly once you are officially enrolled and provides you with registration confirmation.

• Travel to the Milwaukee River to sample water quality • Spend a day onboard a research vessel, UWM’s R/V Neeskay, to sample Lake Michigan This camp spends three days in the classroom learning the science and techniques involved in exploring our local watersheds and two days applying new knowledge in the field. Students leave with a better understanding of the impact of water on our economy, recreational activities and public health.

PRE-TEST: Sat, June 19, 8am-12pm

$250 Liz Sutton 8410-304 Aug 2-6, 9am-1:30pm Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 3

POST-TEST: Fri, July 2, 8am-12pm $195

Note: Due to the nature of the activities there will be additional waivers to sign in order to participate in the camp. There is a 30-minute, supervised lunch break every day. Please make sure students bring a bag lunch.

Mini-Courses Summer ACT Boot Camp

Mini-Course ACT-approved instructors 8410-359 June 28-July 1, 9am-3pm Gr. 11 & 12 only, Discovery Camp 1 Limit 60 students ACT Preparation Class PRE-TEST: Sat, July 17, 8am-12pm POST-TEST: Sat, August 7, 8am-12pm $195 Mini-Course ACT-approved instructors 8410-360 July 26-August 6, 2-4pm Gr. 11 & 12 only, Session III Limit 30 students Note: There will be absolutely no makeup dates. If you register for this class after the scheduled pre-test dates, you will not have the opportunity to take that test.

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CREATIVE ARTS Classes are organized by grade level as well as by subject area. Courses that are offered for multiple grade levels are listed below, followed by courses only available for specific age groups. Please note that the curriculum increases in complexity for each grade level.

Alternative Imaging

8410-340 Aug 9-13, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 4 8410-356 Aug 9-13, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 4

Courses

Advanced Drawing Can you draw? Do you want to turn your basic drawings into a drawing that has value shading and three-dimensional depth? Advanced Drawing is the class that takes your drawing skills on a new journey. You work with a variety of drawing materials to create realistic drawings. You also gain drawing knowledge for proportionate drawings. $99 Bryce Coppersmith 8410-110 June 14-18, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp Plus 8410-120 June 14-18, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp Plus

Do you want to learn to crochet? Do you love making crafts that can be used and or given as gifts? Learn how to do basic crochet techniques while making a cute scarf for yourself or someone else. You learn the basic pattern for small shapes and "granny squares.” For beginners or those who love to crochet already.

$109 Nora Reedy

$99 Rachel Zembrowski

8410-294 Aug 2-6, 9-11am Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 3

8410-296 Aug 2-6, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 3

8410-307 Aug 2-6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 3

8410-321 Aug 2-6, 2-4pm Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 3

Beginning Guitar

In this analog photography class, we explore the time before digital. Create images with alternative processing like wet-plate (tintype), sun prints (cyanotype) and make prints from pinhole cameras that we build ourselves. We also use 35mm film cameras, and develop and print the photos. $99 Howard Leu

Crochet

This class is designed for students to develop basic piano skills. You work individually and in small groups to master the techniques of playing to learn pieces. There is also time spent in group instruction on musical notation and theory. Please note a $10 supply fee has been added to the course to cover the cost of the piano rental.

8410-320 Aug 2-6, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 3

MULTIPLE GRADE LEVELS NEW!

Beginning Piano

Designed for the beginning guitar student, survey aspects of playing the acoustic guitar and how to be a better musician. Learn basic concepts of how to read music (pitch and rhythm), playing the guitar from written music, music theory and the architecture of the fingerboard, technique and performance. A $10 supply fee has been added to the course to cover the cost of the piano rental. $109 Jason Spottek 8410-164 June 28-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 1 8410-171 June 28-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 1

Cartooning Maybe we’ll see you in the funny pages! This class introduces you to cartooning techniques. No drawing experience necessary. $154 Bryce Coppersmith 8410-138 June 21-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Session I 8410-157 June 21-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Session I

Creative Drama Through simple games of improvisation, fun drama exercises, storytelling and other activities, learn the use of body, voice and imagination to develop your creative expression. This basic performance class builds self-esteem and communication skills. This class creates its own infomercials as a class project and a means to utilize some of the acting tools learned. $99 Naomi Guzman 8410-254 July 19-23, 2-4pm Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 2

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Jazz

Dance Workshop: Tap and

Learn to perform like a Broadway pro through the dance styles of tap and Jazz. You’ll learn routines to all the best Broadway tunes while practicing how to perform and tell a story through dance. Learn the most important warm-ups, stretching and strengthening techniques every dancer needs to know. Your friends and family can even see you show off in our final performance at the end of the week. $99 Kelly Kotecki 8410-310 Aug 2-6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 3 8410-318 Aug 2-6, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 3

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Digital Fabrication

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In this class you are introduced to digital drawing and design to model 2D and 3D designs using the computer program Rhino3D. With a quick overview of simple design processes such as drawing with curves and solid forms, you can expect to apply your knowledge of digital fabrication processes to future projects involving laser cutting and 3D printing outputs. This class requires access to a computer with webcam and an internet connection to remotely access computers in our Design for Digital Fabrication lab. $174 Melis Agabigum 8410-292 July 26-Aug 6, 2-4pm Gr. 6-12, Session III

All classes held on UWM campus unless otherwise noted.


Mobile Digital Photography Using technology found in the palm of your hand, take photographs using your mobile devices and lean how to manipulate your pics into an artistic expression. Learn about filters, cropping and artistic editing. Please note that by registering for this class you provide permission for your child to access the internet. This course requires a personal mobile device with charging cord and a flash drive. $174 Howard Leu 8410-152 June 21-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 6-12, Session I

Exploring the Adventures in Integrated Arts/Visual Arts

$164 Thomas Lane 8410-148 June 21-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Session I 8410-211 July 12-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Session II

Got Rhythm Got rhythm? Come find your inner beat while learning how to tap and hip-hop dance. In this course, you learn fundamental tap and hip hop steps, work on basic rhythms and explore choreography that will be performed at the end of the week. $99 Gabi Sustache 8410-329 Aug 9-13, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 4 8410-345 Aug 9-13, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 4 8410-349 Aug 9-13, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 4

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One-Act Play: Theater

The art of jewelry making is a long-honored form of artistic expression that has been a part of human expression throughout our history. In this class you learn from trained artists that teach Jewelry & Metalsmithing at the UWM Peck School of Arts. Explore jewelry making and metallurgy while interacting with jewelry makers from all over the United States to learn about the art of jewelry making. Utilize a jewelry-making kit to make your own jewelry under the instruction of our trained instructors.

Take part in the adventure of directing, rehearsing, costuming and performing a one-act play. You pick a one-act play from a handful of choices and over a two-week period learn your lines, learn how to dramatize your role, create your own costumes and perform in front of your peers, parents and friends on the final Friday of the session. Please note that students must bring another pair of shoes to change into in order to participate. Please make sure your child brings appropriate shoes; no flip-flops or sandals.

$174 Erica Meier 8410-130 June 21-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 6-12, Session I

$154 Naomi Guzman 8410-199 July 12-23, 9-11am Gr. 6-12, Session II

Interior Design

Pottery

Are you in love with HGTV? Do you love decorating your room or any space? This is the class for you then. This class is an introduction to the field of interior design. Emphasis is placed on the principles and elements of design and the selection and organization of furnishings, floor and wall coverings, window treatments, lighting and accessories. You have clients and design their spaces to fit their needs.

Nothing’s more fun than working with clay! Create pottery pieces using a variety of hand-building techniques: pinch and punch potting, coiling, slab building and more. Projects may include bird houses, picture frames, mobiles, jewelry and garden ornaments! Please note there is downtime in this class while the pottery is firing/drying. Students utilize this time to prep the room for the art show on the last day of class.

$154 Kenicia McKinney

$174 Ethan Kastner

8410-272 July 26-Aug 6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Session III

8410-140 June 21-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Session I

8410-287 July 26-Aug 6, 2-4 pm Gr. 6-12, Session III

8410-150 June 21-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Session I

One-Act Play: Stage and Set Design In partnership with our Theater One-Act Play, our Stage Crew students create the props, sets and backdrop for our performance on the final Friday of the session. $154 Rachel Zembrowski 8410-200 July 12-23, 9-11am Gr. 6-12, Session II

For more information uwm.edu/sce/kids

Creative Arts

Explore the adventures of traditional and contemporary integrated arts, from a multicultural/diverse perspective. Imagination can be engaging, fun, exciting and educational at the same time. This is where hands-on experiences, ideas and creative skills can be inspiring and motivating. Learn by doing and working with your innate ability to make something out of anything through problem-solving skills and the ability to make connections. You are encouraged to explore, discover and develop a sense of self-expression through integrated art as you play around with your creative energy to find different outcomes in your artwork. Please note that by registering for this class you provide permission for your child to access the internet. Flash drive is required.

Jewelry & Metals

8410-205 July 12-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Session II 8410-220 July 12-23, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Session II 8410-274 July 26-Aug 6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Session III 8410-286 July 26-Aug 6, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Session III

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Print Making

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Printmaking allows you to go on a journey of making multiples. From monotypes to relief printing, you learn about the variety of ways that print artists create an image and then produce it in multiples, creating unique works and work in an edition. You are encouraged to focus not only on the image itself, but also how it communicates with the world. $109 Melissa Wagner-Lawler 8410-332 Aug 9-13, 9-11am Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 4

Stage Makeup Come learn how the professionals do their makeup on stage. Learn such things as age makeup, animals and many more. Note: we will be using Ben Nye creme-based makeup. There is always a very small chance of allergic reactions, so prior testing is suggested. Additional $5 fee per student for supplies. $159 Tara Kindwall 8410-222 July 12-23, 2-4pm Gr. 6-12, Session II

Courses

Theatre Workshop Experience the magic of theatre! Explore the craft of theatre, including voice, movement, makeup and costumes. Put it all together to create a short play that we’ll present for family and friends on the final day of class. Please note that students must bring another pair of shoes to change into in order to participate. Please make sure your child brings appropriate shoes; no flip-flops or sandals. $99 Rachel Zembrowski 8410-167 June 28-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 1 8410-176 June 28-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 1 8410-183 June 28-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 1

GRADES K5-2

Fun With Fine Arts

Chalk is for more than sidewalks and blackboards. We get colorful and creative in this fun art class. Learn techniques unique to pastel chalk drawing and to projects you’ve never seen on a sidewalk or blackboard.

Sketching, painting, printing, sculpture and mixed media! Learn the influences of fine artists throughout history. Use their techniques to create your own artworks.

$154 Kelly Moe-Rosetto 8410-269 July 26-Aug 6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. K5-2, Session III

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Colorful Collage

$99 Kelly Moe-Rosetto 8410-347 Aug 9-13, 2-4pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 4

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How to Draw!

Cut, glue and assemble different forms to create colorful scenery, portraits and designs.

Create your own art journal and learn how to draw a lion, race car, dog, bee, dragon, dinosaur and much more!

$154 Kelly Moe-Rossetto 8410-146 June 21-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. K5-2, Session I

$99 Becca Lind 8410-226 July 19-23, 9-11am Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 2

Created With Recycled Products

I Made This!

Bring the following supplies to create your unique pieces of art: juice cartons, milk cartons, plastic soda bottles, newspaper, aluminum cans and anything else lying around that you might want to use. Develop your creativity while saving the Earth’s environment.

Use your imagination and create a piece of art from clay, household items, canvas and more. Your family and friends will marvel at your artistic inspiration.

$99 Instructor: TBA 8410-114 June 14-18, 2-4pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp Plus

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Elementary Music

Learn about a different artist every day and incorporate that artist’s style into pieces of artwork. Use materials such as paint, clay and other materials similar to what the artist used or uses.

Create your own amazing music on drums, sing your favorite songs, learn about rhythm and dance along! In this elementary music course you get to explore the world of music through your amazingly creative mind. Learn how to read and write your own music and songs, play your favorite songs and become the best musician that you can be!

$154 Kelly Moe-Rosetto 8410-280 July 26-Aug 6, 2-4pm Gr. K5-2, Session III

$99 Instructor: TBA 8410-315 Aug 2-6, 2-4pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 3

An Artist a Day

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Chalk It Up!

$154 Kelly Moe-Rossetto 8410-214 July 12-23, 2-4pm Gr. K5-2, Session II

Outside Art Do you like to be outside? Do you have an interest in art? Put both of your favorite things together! See what you observe outdoors as you use chalk, craypas, watercolor, markers and more to express your inside “outside.” $154 Kelly Moe-Rossetto 8410-133 June 21-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. K5-2, Session I

All classes held on UWM campus unless otherwise noted.


GRADES 3-5

Watercolor Wonders

Live at the Improv!

Book Making

Learn how to use watercolors to create graceful and delicately colored artworks. For beginners and for those who have a bit more experience.

Do you know the difference between an accordion book or a flip book? Come join us as we discuss the different types of books and then let your imagination wander as you create your own book.

$154 Kelly Moe-Rossetto 8410-195 July 12-23, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Session II

$99 Charlene Oshiem 8410-228 July 19-23, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 2

GRADES 6-8

Think you're funny? Know how to make a quick joke? Are you good at "thinking on your feet"? Improv Comedy is a blast and you can learn how to be funny, funny, funny in this class. Play games, laugh, make friends, laugh, learn improv techniques, laugh and did we mention that in this class you will have lots of laughs? A show on the last day lets you demonstrate your skills for your friends and family. Please note that students must bring another pair of shoes to change into in order to participate. Please make sure your child brings appropriate shoes to class each day; no flip flops or sandals.

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Building Confidence Through Performance NEW!

Cross-Stitching

This class builds confidence in the self by utilizing performance. Middle school is the time when self-doubt and lack of self-confidence starts to creep in. The class reminds you of your power by explaining how confidence is built and then strengthening your belief in yourself by doing basic performance exercises, such as short scenes, monologues and storytelling.

$99 Charlene Oshiem 8410-240 July 19-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 2

$99 Megan Orcholski 8410-251 July 19-23, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 2

Mindful Art Practices

Comic Connections

The world is a big and busy place where you are expected to go, go, go! Take some time to reflect and unwind with these mindful art practices. This course covers a variety of techniques and materials to help find inner peace and practice self-expression in a creative and constructive way. It is never too early to learn about the importance of self-care and what better way to learn than through the fun and beauty of art? Look forward to collage, fiber arts, painting and more!

Create your own characters and learn how to place them in your own unique comic book.

$99 Kenicia McKinney 8410-337 Aug 9-13, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 4

Sketch This! Sharpening your drawing skills by doing quick sketches is an essential part of an artist’s training. Jump in and get started – all you need is a pencil and paper. Don’t worry about the results or anyone else’s opinion. Sketching skills can only be developed with practice. $154 Kelly Moe-Rossetto 8410-206 July 12-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Session II

$99 Bryce Coppersmith 8410-104 June 14-18, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp Plus

Embroidery Have you ever wanted to add your own personal flair to your wardrobe? Want to learn to mend and make your own accessories and staples? Learn the basics of hand sewing and embroidery to create colorful and detailed imagery or even create your own wearable art without the expense and headache of a sewing machine. This course aims to teach the basics such as sewing buttons or fixing a hem, as well as more advanced techniques like creating your own embroidered pillow or doll. This class is for beginners with an interest in fabric and fiber arts. $154 Rachel Zembrowski 8410-276 July 26-Aug 6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Session III

Creative Arts

Cross-stitch is a form of sewing and a popular form of counted-thread embroidery in which X-shaped stitches in a tiled, raster-like pattern are used to form a picture. The stitcher counts the threads on a piece of even weave fabric in each direction so that the stitches are of uniform size and appearance. Come join us in learning how to create beautiful artwork while learning a new skill.

$99 Rachel Zembrowski 8410-242 July 19-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 2

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Urban Art

Urban art combines street art and graffiti and is often used to summarize all visual art forms arising in urban areas, being inspired by urban architecture or present urban lifestyle. In this class you study the different approaches to urban art styles and also utilize some of these styles to create your own pieces of artwork. $154 Kelly Moe-Rosetto 8410-265 July 26-Aug 6, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Session III

GRADES 9-12 Claymation Are you interested in films by Tim Burton like "The Corpse Bride" and "The Nightmare before Christmas"? Then you will love the chance to create short videos inspired by the works of Tim Burton and other well-known Claymation cinematographers using stop-motion apps and characters/sets that you get to create yourself. $99 Anthony Nash 8410-358 Aug 9-13, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Discover Camp 4

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Bowling 101 Did you know that bowling incorporates math and physics? Learn the history of bowling, proper etiquette and how to find the right ball. From scoring drills to the four-step approach, learn ways to improve your game. The last day of class will be a fun day at Cosmic/9 Pin Tap. No prior experience or equipment needed. Course taught by a U. S. Bowling Congress silver-certified coach.

HUMANITIES/ SOCIAL SCIENCES Classes are organized by grade level as well as by subject area. Courses that are offered for multiple grade levels are listed below, followed by courses only available for specific age groups. Please note that the curriculum increases in complexity for each grade level.

$99 Chad Sorce 8410-232 July 19-23, 9-11am Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 2

Building a Debate Logic is the best tool for building a strong case in any debate. Develop and effectively present rational, fact-based arguments on both sides of a selected issue. Practice your delivery in class, because you never know when you’ll have to apply your new knowledge at home with your siblings.

MULTIPLE GRADE LEVELS Architecture and Fabrication

$99 Thomas Lane

AR C H

Do you want to learn how to make threedimensional objects that will have an impact on the built environment? This class offers access to a rapid prototyping lab and a number of tools and resources aimed at computer-aided prototyping and model making. See how to use the laser cutting and 3D printer. See how these tools can change the way you think about your city.

8410-117 June 14-18, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp Plus 8410-162 June 28-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 1

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8410-129 June 21-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Session I (Section I) 8410-158 June 21-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Session I (Section II)

$109 Enrica Fracchia/Vittoria Sipone

Courses

$164 Matt Mabee

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Architecture Tourism

8410-239 July 19-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 2

ARCH

In the field of architecture we study the art and design of buildings and other physical structures. In this class you tour and learn about some of the greatest architectural feats from around the world. Witness modern marvels and ancient wonders while learning about the architectural methods of how they were built. $109 Erica Zitzke 8410-179 June 28-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 1

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Buon Appetito

For this one-week class you get a taste of how to prepare some tasty Italian treats and learn authentic Italian recipes from native Italian educators. Please join us in this culinary class and come with a big appetite. Buon appetito!

8410-252 July 19-23, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 2

Designing With Virtual Reality A R C H In this course, you can learn simple ways to create your own virtual world. You learn how to generate an idea by digitally drawing a composition in the air and interacting in your own composition. This is an ideal class to explore new communication technologies and digital models; perfect if you have thought about being an architect, sculptor or digital artist. This course focuses on VR usage to visualize and manipulate a tri-dimensional and interactive art/architectural virtual model. $164 Gaby Bustos 8410-263 July 26-Aug 6, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Session III (Section I) 8410-290 July 26-Aug 6, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Session III (Section II)

Exploring Martial Arts Learn about the different types of martial arts and the countries they come from. Discover how martial arts were used in the past and how we use them today. You learn some basic movements, including stances, blocks and kicks, as well as verbal defense (using words to de-escalate a conflict). This is a high-energy, interactive program with an emphasis on respect toward teachers, parents and peers, and using self-discipline at school and at home. $154 Instructor: TBA 8410-261 July 26-Aug 6, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Session III 8410-278 July 26-Aug 6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-12, Session III

Freehand Sketching in Engineering NEW!

What makes European castles so fascinating? Learn the history and architecture behind their construction and the technological advancements they inspired. You design your very own castle, and take it home and show it off.

The objective is to teach you how to improve the quality and innovation of technical design with freehand sketches. At the end of the twoweek session, you are able to freehand sketch manufactured objects using only a pencil and blank paper. No drawing instruments, such as rulers, compasses, etc. are necessary. You will be able to sketch objects in orthographic and isometric views.

$154 Eric Czyzewski 8410-154 June 21-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 6-12, Session I

$154 Richard Marklin 8410-153 June 21-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 6-12, Session I

Castles & Medieval Warfare

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Harry Potter Club: Science, Art and Imagination Experience the wonder of the magical world of Harry Potter through science, art, literature and role play. Create your own wands, make dragon eggs, mix edible potions, solve puzzles and riddles, and make your character duel against your friends. All of this while listening to J.K. Rowling’s stories of Harry Potter and Hogwarts. So jump onboard the Hogwarts Express and into the magical world of Harry Potter. $154 Bryce Coppersmith 8410-131 June 21-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 6-12, Session I

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Histories Mysteries

Throughout the annals of history there have been mysterious events and occurrences. While much is known about history, even more is unknown. People have long been fascinated by Stonehenge, Atlantis, the Loch Ness monster and other mysteries of history. In this class we venture into the past and take on the role of detective to learn about these mysterious events. $99 James Nelsen 8410-256 July 19-23, 2-4pm Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 2

Order in the Court

Strategy Games

Learn courtroom procedure, the rules of evidence and knowledge about the law. Enact a fictitious trial. Bring law to life through active participation, preparation and dramatic techniques. Take on the roles of lawyers and witnesses.

Learn skills such as 3D thinking, critical thinking, patience and strategizing while playing some inventive board, role-playing and problem-solving games.

Italian Cooking What about learning Italian through Italian cooking classes? It’s a win-win, right? You could have an introduction to Italian and learn how to prepare a wonderful tiramisu, risotto and other Italian dishes. Join us in this delicious adventure ... you get to eat what you prepare! $174 Enrica Fracchia/Vittoria Sipone 8410-124 June 21-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Session I 8410-139 June 21-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Session I

Mythology Study Greek, Roman, Norse and other world mythologies. Focus on the gods, their purpose in the lives of humans and how mythology reflects the culture of the people and offers a rational explanation for certain natural and scientific phenomena. $99 Rachel Zembrowski 8410-327 Aug 9-13, 9-11 Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 4

Playground Games Learn sportsmanship, rules, make friends and have fun this summer playing games! We'll do warm-up stretches and then play games like kickball, capture the flag and relay races. Come dressed for fun and ready to play! $99 Instructor: TBA 8410-247 July 19-23, 2-4pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 2 $154 Megan Grauer 8410-273 July 26-Aug 6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Session III

Philosophy 101 To be, or not to be? Get an introduction to life’s questions, and explore how they affect human beings. $99 Eric Czyzewski 8410-105 June 14-18, 9-11am Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp Plus

$99 Chad Sorce 8410-178 June 28-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 1

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Urban Planning

ARCH

You are part of a special team that has been brought together to build the greatest city in the world. Work together and figure out exactly what your city will look like and how it will work. Do you want bridges, houses, condos, a movie theatre or an airport? How will you get your food? How will you limit the number of people in your city? You and your classmates will be in charge of building the city of the future. $99 Instructor: TBA 8410-322 Aug 2-6, 2-4pm Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 3

Humanities/Social Sciences

$99 Instructor: TBA 8410-331 Aug 9-13, 9-11am Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 4

Writing for Television Learn how to develop characters, theme, plot and dialogue while developing a script outline for a television show. $99 Matt Gutierrez 8410-302 Aug 2-6, 9-11am Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 3

8410-341 Aug 9-13, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 4

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GRADES K5-2 All About Pirates Ahoy matey! Is a pirate’s life for you? Learn the customs and lifestyle of pirates, and even how to talk like one. At the end, enjoy some sweettasting loot from a pirate ship. $99 Beth Lobner 8410-107 June 14-18, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp Plus

Alphabeasts Animals and the alphabet are the subjects of this art, science and reading readiness class. A Dinosaur Day and other special surprises provide a great, roaring, learning adventure. $99 Carrie Sullivan 8410-159 June 28-July 2, 9-11am Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 1

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Enter the land before time. Study dinosaurs and their lives, and examine fossils and learn how to classify them. Some plants have not changed since the times when dinosaurs had them on their menus. Find out which ones they are and much more.

Around the World in 10 Days Get ready to become a world explorer! We will make our own passports and travel to a new country each day, where we’ll explore the culture, food and animals of each place. Holiday traditions and so much more will be explored.

$99 Jen Bertrand-LaDuke 8410-236 July 19-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 2

$154 Teagan Briscoe 8410-190 July 12-23, 9-11am Gr. K5-2, Session II

Courses

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Eric Carle’s Readers Theater Do you enjoy reading or being read to? Does author/illustrator Eric Carle interest you? Do you have dreams of being an actor or actress? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this class is for you! Through the use of props, scripts and collaboration, we bring to life the pages of Eric Carle’s most popular books as well as enhance your ability to comprehend what you are reading. $99 Jordan Lind 8410-305 Aug 2-6, 11:30am-1:30pm K5-2, Discovery Camp 3

I Wanna Be... Doctor, lawyer, teacher, registered nurse? Guest speakers give you insight into their careers as well as other fascinating careers. Learn what type of education you will need and start planning now. It is never too early to start planning for your future. $99 Enrica Fracchia 8410-348 Aug 9-13, 2-4pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 4 18

Jr. Paleontologists

Let’s Play Games

In this exciting course we play board games, simple reading games, scavenger hunts and more! Get ready to get your game on inside and out! $99 Jordan Lind 8410-170 June 28-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 1

Oh the Places We’ll Go Bring Dr. Seuss and his characters right into the classroom! We’ll explore the fun literature of the incomparably silly Dr. Seuss through art, math, literacy and movement. Write a daily journal, along with a book of rhymes, graphing, comparing and contrasting books and characters. Each day we will have a Dr. Seuss theme including crazy sock day, hat day and green eggs and ham day.

Reading Made Easy A book is the window into imagination. Come with us through that window, open a book and no longer fear you won’t be able to understand the words. After this class – reading will be a breeze! $154 Instructor: TBA 8410-281 July 26-Aug 6, 2-4pm Gr. K5-2, Session III

Seven Continents Fly around the world and have some fun learning about the seven continents! $154 Becca Lind 8410-134 June 21-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. K5-2, Session I

Wild Kingdom Join us for some wild adventures to learn about a variety of jungle animals. Investigate where they live, what they eat and what we can do to protect them. $154 Teagan Briscoe 8410-204 July 12-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. K5-2, Session II

$99 Enrica Fracchia 8410-336 Aug 9-13, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 4

All classes held on UWM campus unless otherwise noted.


GRADES 3-5

Escape the Classroom

Checkmates! Don’t be a pawn in someone else’s game of chess. Come learn about this popular board game that dates back to the 15th century. Learn the game pieces, from the king, queen, bishop, knight, rook to the pawn. Practice the basic maneuvers that must follow individual rules of movement with the objective of checkmating the opposing king. Please bring your own chess set to class if you have one. This class is intended for beginners only and is meant as an instructional class to learn the basics of chess. $154 Liz Hopkins 8410-135 June 21-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Session I

City Design You are part of a special team that has been brought together to build the greatest city in the world. Work together and figure out exactly what your city will look like and how it will work. Do you want bridges, houses, condos, a movie theatre or an airport? How will you get your food? How will you limit the number of people in your city? You and your classmates will be in charge of building the city of the future.

Don’t Get Bored with Board Games Put down your iPad and Xbox and enjoy some oldfashioned fun. Unfold the world of board games this summer. Both educational and social, these games teach you about strategy and life, about paydays and careers! You might even see some masterpieces along the way! We’ll even create a board game of our own. $99 Vittoria Sipone 8410-101 June 14-18, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp Plus

$99 Carrie Sullivan 8410-241 July 19-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 2

Games, Cards & More Yahtzee, Bingo, Poker – how can you improve your chances to win? Learn about the probability of a card turning up the next time you play. Develop your mathematical reasoning, strategy and logic through the study of games. $154 Thomas Lane 8410-192 July 12-23, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Session II

Map and Compass Skills Orienteering is an awesome sport that requires navigational skills using a map and compass to get from point to point. Gain valuable skills such as how to use a compass, follow a map to a specific location, follow written directions to a specific location and recognize a topographical map and explain its function. Please note that you will spend a significant amount of time walking outside. $154 Megan Grauer 8410-217 July 12-23, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Session II

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Pen a Pokémon

Gotta catch’em all! In this class you focus on the vast world of Pokémon as a backdrop for your own story writing. Create your own pocket monsters and help to advance the story of Pokémon with your own spin! $99 Instructor: TBA 8410-319 Aug 2-6, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 3

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Prehistoric Titans

In the early days of life on our planet the seas, skies and land were ruled by prehistoric titans. Learn about these great creatures of enormous size and insatiable appetites including Tyrannosaurs Rex, Wooly Mammoths, Megalodon, Quetzelcoatlus and much more. $154 Instructor: TBA 8410-218 July 12-23, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Session II

Saving Bob! Help! Bob has gotten himself into another crazy situation! In this class, you use engineering, creativity, teamwork and imagination to rescue our hero Bob from one sticky situation after another. From evading coyotes by crossing the Grand Canyon to escaping a burning inferno of a building, you utilize engineering and everyday materials to help Bob to safety. $99 Jen Bertrand-LaDuke 8410-172 June 28-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 1

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The Language of Chess

So you know how to play chess, but can you tell each game’s story? Chess notation is a method of recording moves in a chess game so that players can analyze and improve their play. An understanding of how to play chess is required. $99 Liz Hopkins 8410-184 June 28-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 1

Want to Be a Card Shark? Come join us as we explore some favorite card games and learn the strategies behind them. Canasta, Crazy Eights, Kings Corner and Solitaire are just a few of the card games that you play in this class. By the end, you’ll be so good you will be able to teach your family and friends.

Humanities/Social Sciences

$154 Megan Grauer 8410-259 July 26-Aug 6, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Session III

In this class escape room, also known as an "escape game," you engage in a physical adventure game in which players solve a series of puzzles and riddles using clues, hints and strategy to complete the objectives at hand. Players are given a set time limit to unveil the secret plot which is hidden within the rooms. Solve the clues for the day and escape the classroom.

$99 Instructor: TBA 8410-298 Aug 2-6, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 3

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Word Power

Communication 101

Poetry and Prose

Improve your vocabulary and you can improve your reading, spelling, verbal and written expression. Focus on the discovery of word origin, derivation, and relationships as well as expansion of written and spoken vocabulary. Learn to analyze words to determine meanings.

Good communication is considered by many to be one of the most important skills to have. Learn to communicate with teens from different areas, schools and backgrounds, study clear communication strategies and practice public speaking. You also express your thoughts through the writing process and understand best practices for interacting with parents, teachers and peers.

The only way to learn how to write is to do it. Put your pen to paper and let your passion and creative freedom be your guide. Through inspirational techniques, group feedback and fun exercises, jumpstart your writing and create beautiful works of words.

$99 Instructor: TBA 8410-352 Aug 9-13, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 4

$154 Matt Gutierrez 8410-285 July 26-Aug 6, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Session III

Yoga Yoga can help you improve your balance, your strength, your flexibility and your energy. Learn how breathing exercises can change your mood. Learn to use basic poses and movements to relax and energize yourself at the same time. Mats are supplied.

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The American Civil War was a monumental historic event that changed the history of the United States. In this class you learn about key battles from a tactical and technological standpoint as well as recreate battle scenarios.

$99 Kelly Kotecki 8410-250 July 19-23, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 2

$154 Eric Czyzewski 8410-127 June 21-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Session I

GRADES 6-8

Journalism Learn interview protocol, research strategies and how to gather news for articles. You are encouraged to bring any of your own equipment including iPods, digital cameras, camcorders, smart phones, laptops, etc., to create a print or an online publication.

Ancient Rome: The Gladiators

Courses

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Ave imperator, morituri te salutant! Ancient Roman history has enthralled our imagination for hundreds of years. From the republic to the empire, from legionaries to Julius Caesar, and beyond! Of all of the elements of Roman history the gladiatorial games have had the attention of historians and readers alike. Come join us in learning about these historical events.

$99 Matt Gutierrez 8410-312 Aug 2-6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 3

Model Building

$154 Eric Czyzewski 8410-209 July 12-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Session II

Blueprints to Buildings

Understand the basics of model kit construction, which tools to use for what parts, how to read instructions, apply glue and the basics of painting.

ARCH

Use your imagination and math skills to design and decorate the spaces in which you live and play! We discuss measurement, ratio, proportion and the art of focused viewing, and then use these tools to create 3D drawings of our layouts. We also look at the furnishings aspect of design. You end the week with a blueprint of what you want your space to look like. $164 SARUP faculty/staff 8410-196 July 12-23, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Session II

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Civil War Battles

$99 Megan Orcholski 8410-186 June 28-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 1

Psychology 101 Get acquainted with your inner self. Find out what motivates you and what turns you off. Are you a visual or kinesthetic learner? Do your people skills need fine-tuning? Join this class and find out more about you. $154 Eric Czyzewski 8410-197 July 12-23, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Session II

Starting Your Own Business

DATA

Are you a budding entrepreneur? Do you dream of owning your own business? Work with the instructor to develop your own business and, in the process, learn skills such as marketing, business planning and team building. Map out a simple business plan including business goals, target audiences and budget development to build creativity and critical-thinking skills. Explore branding and sample marketing materials. $154 Diane Weimer 8410-141 June 21-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Session I

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Super Hero Mythology

Paragraph Construction Zone

Mythology has been society’s way of dealing with the unknown and creating super-human gods and goddesses as the heroes and villains of these tales of wonder. In this class you learn about our modern day mythology, superheroes and comic books! From Superman to Captain America and the Joker to Thanos, these larger-than-life characters consume our literature and appear on our big screens. Learn how these superheroes compare to the mythology of ancient Greece, China, Scandinavia and more!

Paragraphs are the building blocks of writing! In this class, you learn the correct construction of a paragraph and practice writing four different kinds of paragraphs for instructor feedback.

$154 Eric Czyzewski 8410-142 June 21-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Session I

$99 Chad Sorce 8410-243 July 19-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 2

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$99 Instructor: TBA 8410-354 Aug 9-13, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 4

All classes held on UWM campus unless otherwise noted.


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Who am I?

Who you are is important! This class breaks down what identity is by exploring ourselves, our skills, our preferences and our experiences. We do craft projects, writing exercises and other creative activities to better know and understand ourselves. Doing this as a group also helps us see how people are different and also how our identities can change as we grow and learn. $99 Megan Orcholski 8410-301 Aug 2-6, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 3

GRADES 9-12 Architecture and Models

ARCH

Learn the process of how architects design, working from 2D to 3D images with a focus on the language of architecture using traditional and digital drawing. Projects include a historic model and birdhouse. $174 SARUP faculty/staff 8410-224 July 12-23, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Session II

College Readiness

Social Justice Issues

As a high school student, you learn how to research scholarship opportunities. You also learn how to file for FASFA and how financial aid can assist in your goals. Please note that by registering for this class you provide permission for your child to access the internet. Flash drive is required.

There are many ways to address issues of social justice that affect you. One of the most powerful and accessible is the outlet of theater. If you are interested in how theater can be used to affect change, this is the class for you. We view and explore different aspects of theater and how it relates to current social issues. Working in small groups and in some cases independently, you isolate an issue of social justice, collect data and look into plays that have a strong pull and promote thinking on an issue.

$99 Megan Orcholski 8410-346 Aug 9-13, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 4 Limit 15 students

Architecture and Design

ARCH

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Political Science 101

$174 SARUP faculty/staff 8410-145 June 21-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Session I

In this class you study government, public policies and political behavior affecting human society. Specific topics include concerns for world peace, government policies aimed at achieving economic stability and growth, the gap between socioeconomic classes, the possibility of using law to affect change, and control over political competition.

Architecture and Domestic Space ARCH

$99 James Nelsen 8410-121 June 14-18, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp Plus

$154 Tara Kindwall 8410-213 July 12-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Session II

Public Speaking

The History of Aviation

Your stomach flips and your palms sweat. It’s your turn to speak in front of a group. Would you like to be more effective at thinking and speaking on your feet? Come learn some tricks to make public speaking a piece of cake.

Buckle your seatbelts and prepare for takeoff as we enter the wild blue yonder. We discuss ancient flying machines, the Wright brothers and many other aviation pioneers who made man’s dream of flying a reality. Interested in war planes? Don’t worry, we talk about those as well. We even build model airplanes and paper airplanes to see how different designs can fly!

Learn the process of how architects design, working from 2D to 3D images with a focus on the language of architecture using traditional and digital drawing. Projects include interior design, a pavilion and a house. $174 SARUP faculty/staff 8410-289 July 26-Aug 6, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Session III

$99 Chad Sorce 8410-166 June 28-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 1

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The Complete Fool

Did you ever watch the fools at the Renaissance Faire or in Medieval movies and think, "Oh, fun!" Well, now you can be one of those fools. Come join us. Learn to use the devil sticks, poi, batons and more.

Humanities/Social Sciences

Learn the process of how architects design, working from 2D to 3D images with a focus on the language of architecture using traditional and digital drawing. Projects include chair design and a desktop organizer.

$99 Megan Orcholski 8410-234 July 19-23, 9-11am Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 2

$154 Jackie Boyd 8410-267 July 26-Aug 6, 9-11am Gr. 9-12, Session III

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Introduction to Russian

“добро пожаловать” - dobro pozhalovat'! Welcome ... to an introduction to the Russian language. Derived from Slavic dialects and spoken widely across two continents, Russian is mainly spoken in Russia and Eastern Europe, once the western part of what has been the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union. The Cyrillic alphabet derives its base from Ancient Greek and was cultivated from the orthodox faith of the Byzantine Romans. It is the language of Tolstoy, Dostoyevsky and Pasternak. Come learn the basics of this historic language and the culture that has spanned centuries and two continents.

LANGUAGES & CULTURES Classes are organized by grade level as well as by subject area. Courses that are offered for multiple grade levels are listed below, followed by courses only available for specific age groups. Please note that the curriculum increases in complexity for each grade level.

$99 Instructor: TBA 8410-334 Aug 9-13, 9-11am Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 4

MULTIPLE GRADE LEVELS

8410-342 Aug 9-13, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 4

African Music & Culture

8410-351 Aug 9-13, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 4

Discover the rich culture and traditions of this diverse land. Learn about the various people, celebrations and beliefs of the second biggest continent on Earth.

Beginning Spanish

$154 Maria Hamming 8410-275 July 26-Aug 6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Session III 8410-282 July 26-Aug 6, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Session III

Courses

American Sign Language Learn the basics of sign language using games, videos and art projects. Grow a vocabulary of words you can sign, and learn more about the deaf culture.

French Culture and Cuisine This class focuses on building basic French grammatical structure as well as vocabulary, including numbers, colors, greetings – and of course, food! Through games, hands-on activities and audiovisual material, you become familiar with the basics of French conversation and culture. We explore the wonders of the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe. $109 Vittoria Sipone 8410-111 June 14-18, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp Plus

The best way to learn Spanish is to put it into practice! Apply Spanish in different settings: at a restaurant, at the bank, at the doctor, etc. Learn vocabulary, pronunciation and grammar as you have fun role-playing. The curriculum is adjusted for each grade level. $99 Manuel Carrero Castilla 8410-231 July 19-23, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 2 8410-248 July 19-23, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 2

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8410-115 June 14-18, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp Plus

Conversational Spanish

Instructor: TBA 8410-161 June 28-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 1

Introduction to French

Read and discuss brief articles in Spanish from a variety of publications: Spanish language newspapers, magazines and bilingual resources. Watch short video clips and join in on a variety of games and activities to stimulate discussion. A list of resources will be provided for those desiring additional practice.

Naomi Guzman 8410-177 June 28-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 1 Instructor: TBA 8410-180 June 28-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 1

This is a course in French conversation with an emphasis on listening comprehension and speaking skills. Activities are based on vocabulary topics of general student interest and ability. $99 Vittoria Sipone 8410-300 Aug 2-6, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 3 8410-308 Aug 2-6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 3

Prerequisite: Successful completion of a formal Spanish 2 class.

$99 Manuel Carrero Castilla 8410-244 July 19-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 2

8410-323 Aug 2-6, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 3

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Computer Coding, Games and Fun!

Classes are organized by grade level as well as by subject area. Courses that are offered for multiple grade levels are listed below, followed by courses only available for specific age groups. Please note that the curriculum increases in complexity for each grade level.

Learn how to code while having fun! Through Code.org you learn how to make characters dance, troubleshoot games like Minecraft, Angry Birds and more. You also play games online and create your own games, apps or drawings to share with family and friends! Please note that by registering for this class you provide permission for your child to access the internet. $174 Peter Couto 8410-262 July 26-Aug 6, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Session III 8410-271 July 26-Aug 6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Session III Limit 15 students

MULTIPLE GRADE LEVELS Developing Video Games NEW!

Advanced Geometry

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The study of Geometry provides students the opportunity to describe and apply the properties of similar and congruent figures, to apply the Pythagorean Theorem, to understand angles, to compare parallel and perpendicular lines, to explore compass and straight edge constructions in the context of geometric theorems, and to use a variety of techniques of proof. The class will move at a more accelerated pace and will solve more challenging problems encountered in Geometry. $99 Instructor: TBA 8410-187 June 28-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 1

Have you ever wanted to develop your own video game? Use Game Maker and other related game design tools to learn how video games work and how to design one of your own. Amaze your friends and family with your creativity by developing a simple and fun game complete with sound, graphics and animation. Please note that by registering for this class you provide permission for your child to access the internet. Flash drive is required. $109 Carmen Heilmann 8410-330 Aug 9-13, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 4 8410-339 Aug 9-13, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 4

Coding Academy

$109 Thomas Lane 8410-103 June 14-18, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp Plus 8410-109 June 14-18, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp Plus

Limit 15 students

Geometry and Spatial Sense From jigsaw puzzles to rearranging your room, you probably use geometry more than you realize. Discover mathematical relationships through explorations and demonstrations. Improve your spatial sense and understanding of geometric concepts. $154 Instructor: TBA 8410-212 July 12-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-12, Session II

$99 Instructor: TBA 8410-255 July 19-23, 2-4pm Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 2

Math Games Focus on a new math skill each day and then play a game to reinforce it. For example, the “Checkbook Game” reviews adding, subtracting and money concepts, and “Fracto” demonstrates fraction concepts. It is skills and problem-solving practice made fun. $154 Megan Grauer 8410-149 June 21-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Session I $99 Becca Lind 8410-237 July 19-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 2

Minecraft EDU Think Minecraft is just a video game? Think again. You can create, explore and put problemsolving skills to the test with story boarding and level design. Learn logic using machines and the mechanics behind the game. Gain a greater understanding of what makes Minecraft function so you can conquer The Nether, The End and beyond! Please note that students are required to have a Minecraft account purchased for a PC prior to class start date. Come to class prepared with log-in information. By registering for this class, you provide permission for your child to access the internet. Flash drive is required. $174 Peter Couto 8410-126 June 21-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Session I Limit 15 students 8410-143 June 21-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-12, Session I Limit 15 students

$99 Jen Bertrand-LaDuke 8410-230 July 19-23, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 2

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As technology dominates our lives, learning basic computer programming isn't just a smart idea, it's an essential skill for kids. Learning how to build simple websites and games helps refine your design, logic and problem-solving abilities. It also allows you to express ideas and creativity in unique ways. Learn using websites such as Code.org, CodeAcademy, Code Avengers, Code Monster and Scratch. Please note that by registering for this class you provide permission for your child to access the internet.

8410-357 Aug 9-13, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 4

38X48=? 351-85=? 33/99=? Learn how to solve these problems instantly and become a human calculator in this class. Among the fun learning math-based magic, you learn quick calculation techniques for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Math & Computers

MATH & COMPUTERS

I’m a Human Calculator

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Sim City EDU

Dice’n Up Math

GRADES 3-5

In this class you are the mayor of your own cities and learn how to create your own micro societies. Build a city from the ground up and complete challenges that test your ability to deal with budget concerns, traffic, zoning, pollution and maybe even aliens from above. Please note that an Origin Monthly Account is needed for this course. Visit https://www.origin.com/usa/ en-us/store to start your account. This account allows you to access Sim City and other “free” games. Please note that by registering for this class you provide permission for your child to access the internet.

Dice can be a lot of fun, especially when they help you spice up your math skills. Take a chance, roll the dice and calculate some fun in this class.

Be a Math Genius

$174 Carmen Heilemann 8410-198 July 12-23, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Session II Limit 15 students 8410-207 July 12-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Session II Limit 15 students

Vacation Math Would you like to see Mt. Rushmore, hike the Grand Tetons or visit the San Diego Zoo? Learn what it would take by planning your ultimate road trip across the United States. Calculate costs of gas, food and hotel expenses along the way as you balance your travel budget.

Courses

$154 Megan Grauer 8410-208 July 12-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Session II $99 Enrica Fracchia 8410-306 Aug 2-6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 3

GRADES K5-2

$99 Becca Lind 8410-335 Aug 9-13, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 4

Making Cents of It

Graphing, charting and organizing data can be a lot of fun. Discover many things to graph, such as gummy worms, M&Ms, the number of times you can hop on one foot and more! $154 Jordan Lind 8410-191 July 12-23, 9-11am Gr. K5-2, Session II $99 Enrica Fracchia 8410-325 Aug 9-13, 9-11am Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 4

$99 Megan Grauer 8410-317 Aug 2-6, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 3

What good is a piggy bank full of coins if you don’t know what they mean or how to use them? This class helps you learn the value of each coin, how they add up and how to make purchasing decisions. $154 Enrica Fracchia 8410-258 July 26-Aug 6, 9-11am Gr. K5-2, Session III

Math and Memory Games Test your memory skills as you learn math along the way. $154 Enrica Fracchia 8410-147 June 21-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. K5-2, Session I

Math Art Explore math concepts and build essential skills through creative projects such as making placevalue snakes and learning about measurement to create one-meter designs. Have hands-on fun with math and art! $154 Teagan Briscoe 8410-215 July 12-23, 2-4pm Gr. K5-2, Session II

Math Munchkins Charts and Graphs Everywhere

Does your child feel overwhelmed with math? Come join us to improve your math talent while learning all the skills to excel in everyday math.

Students are introduced to the construction of math sentences with the plus, minus and equal signs. Concepts such as elapsed time, the measurement of length and width, and 3D geometry are explored. $154 Instructor: TBA 8410-123 June 21-July 2, 9-11am Gr. K5-2, Session I

Exploration & Applications in Math Focus on a new math skill each day, and then play a game to reinforce it. For example, the “Checkbook Game” will review adding, subtracting and money concepts, and “Fracto” will demonstrate fraction concepts. It’s skill and problem-solving practice made fun! $154 Instructor: TBA 8410-216 July 12-23, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Session II

From Zero to Googolplex Mathematics is not about adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing. It’s about the science of numbers! If you are as fascinated by numbers as the ancient Greeks, join us for a nonstop adventure of math riddles and cool calculations. $99 Instructor: TBA 8410-102 June 14-18, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp Plus

Math Busters No challenge is too great for Math Busters. Take math on with a vengeance as you dig in and play games, solve riddles and complete spine-tingling experiments. Use math skills like probability, statistics, story problems, and graphing to determine if the math problem is confirmed, plausible or busted. $154 Megan Grauer 8410-125 June 21-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Session I

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Money Magic

NEW!

$154 Charlene Osheim 8410-284 July 26-Aug 6, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Session III

Cybersecurity

With an ever-growing need for education in the online and computer-based realm, it has become even more important to understand how to use technology in everyday life. While navigating through the new normal, cybersecurity is more important than ever. In this class we learn the basics of cybersecurity and insure a safer navigation through a computer-based learning environment. $109 Instructor: TBA 8410-118 June 14-18, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp Plus

Munching Away Math Take a bite out of problem-solving as you join in this fun math class using everyday items. You’ll be amazed at the way math helps us through everyday puzzles and provides insight into how things work. $99 Jen Bertrand-LaDuke 8410-163 June 28-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 1

$mart Money Have an allowance? Spend it or save it? What is the difference between money and credit cards? Learn the value of money, how you earn it, why you should save it and how to keep track of it.

Don’t Get Punked by Math Ditch your fear of math and learn to embrace working with numbers. We cover basic concepts found in middle-school math classes and realworld uses of math including business finance, personal banking, transportation, environment sciences and more. You are assigned tasks and asked to come up with possible solutions to gain confidence and ability. $99 Instructor: TBA 8410-165 June 28-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 1

$154 Thomas Lane 8410-221 July 12-23, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Session II

What’s the Chance?

In this course, you develop a greater understanding of probability and statistics – two areas of mathematics that easily transfer from the classroom to the real world. Conduct experiments and generate data which you then display in graphs, charts and tables in order to compare the effects of particular variables. You also explore probability and the study of chance to learn how to use numerical data to predict future events. $99 Instructor: TBA 8410-355 Aug 9-13, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 4

$154 Instructor: TBA 8410-264 July 26-Aug 6, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Session III

Fit Finances Should you save, spend or invest? Learn how to make smart decisions about what to do with your allowance.

GRADES 9-12 Algebra Camp ONLINE

GRADES 6-8

$99 Instructor: TBA 8410-175 June 28-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 1

Brain Busters

Roll the Dice

Have fun gaining problem-solving skills through analogies, logic problems, plexers (word puzzles), and other brainteasers and games.

Explore the most popular dice, cards and other games of chance. Learn the difference between probability and odds. And use your new skills to teach your friends and family how to play, too!

$99 Instructor: TBA 8410-299 Aug 2-6, 9-11am Gr 6-8, Discovery Camp 3

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How can you determine the distance across a river or the height of a building using geometry? Put your mental power to the test! Study challenging ideas in geometry, logic, inductive and deductive reasoning through hands-on activities. Note: This is not a skill-building class; it is for students who enjoy high-level thinking and problem-solving.

Wacky World of Numbers

$99 Thomas Lane 8410-173 June 28-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp I

Want to be a millionaire? Learn how the stock market works, research stocks to determine the best buys, invest play money, track your stocks, and make wise decisions on when to sell, and you’ll be on your way! Plus, write and receive checks for your purchases and sales, and balance your bank account.

Young Mathletes

$99 Diana Wiemer 8410-309 Aug 2-6, 11:30pm-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 3

How can you estimate the number of seeds in a watermelon, the number of chips in a chocolate chip cookie or the number of seeds in a sunflower? Jump into creative problem-solving, math games and other adventures through the wacky world of numbers.

Stock Market

Math & Computers

If nickels were wishes, we’d all be millionaires. Wishing won’t make money grow, but you can learn how pennies do grow into dollars. Learn about cash checkbooks and how the financial world really works. Explore banks, savings and loans, credit unions and investment companies.

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Develop an understanding of some basic algebra concepts as you build models and use exercises to practice your algebraic-thinking skills. No previous knowledge of algebra is necessary for this fun and informal course. $154 Steve Augustine 8410-223 July 12-23, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Session II

$99 Instructor: TBA 8410-119 June 14-18, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp Plus For more information uwm.edu/sce/kids

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Algebra I ONLINE

ARC H

Introduction to Programming I

D ATA

Explore the interpretation of equations of lines and their graphs, systems of linear equations and their solutions, and interesting applications! Also, learn more skills on working with fractional expressions and radicals.

HYBRID

Do you want to create your own program? Ever wonder how it is actually done? Learn how to write simple Java programs from scratch. You will impress your parents and pick up the fundamentals of programming. A basic knowledge of algebra mathematics is required.

$99 Steve Augustine 8410-344 Aug 9-13, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 4 Limit 15 students

Algebra II ONLINE

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$174 Carmen Heilemann 8410-225 July 12-23, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Session II

D ATA

Introduction to Programming II

Learn about quadratic equations and properties of graphs of parabolas, graphs of other basic algebraic functions (polynomial, exponential, logarithmic), fractional/rational equations, equations with radicals in them, and interesting applications of all of the above!

HYBRID

Courses

The contemporary high school mathematics curriculum focuses on continuous mathematics. But for the modern computerized digital world, you need to understand how to express practical situations into machine language. To achieve the goal, you should be trained for Discrete Mathematics and Combinatorics. Please note that by registering for this class you provide permission for your child to access the internet. Flash drive is required. $99 Steve Augustine 8410-106 June 14-18, 9-11am Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp Plus

Pre-Calculus ONLINE

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This course is designed to acquaint the student with the statistical ideas that are often presented in publications both by media outlets and by researchers presenting the results of their studies. This course is designed not as an introductory statistics course where students learn how to carry out statistical calculations. It is designed as a course that teaches the student how to examine the presented results critically. Among the topics to be covered are confidence intervals and margin of error, hypothesis testing and statistical significance, p-values, sampling methodology, and sound design of experiments. $99 David Spade 8410-189 June 28-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 1

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Pre-calculus is the bridge between intermediate algebra and calculus, and is a great way to get acquainted with ideas about mathematical functions, their graphs and their solutions. Learn about polynomial functions, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, algebraic sequences and series, geometric sequences and series, the domains and ranges of these function types, and the inverses of these functions. Also see the many useful applications of these functions. $154 Steve Augustine 8410-293 July 26-Aug 6, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Session III

Financial Literacy

Get a head start on making good lifelong financial situations and decisions. In this class we will learn about some which might include real-life situations when dealing with budgeting, long-term financial goals, loans, monthly expenses, housing options and insurance.

Python Programming HYBRID

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One of the most powerful computer languages of the current era is also one of the easiest to pick up. Get ahead of the game and learn how to code in Python. Even if you have no background in computer programming, you’ll be able to catch on and learn something new! Please note that by registering for this class you provide permission for your child to access the internet. Flash drive is required. $174 Carmen Heilemann 8410-156 June 21-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Session I Limit 15 students

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Statistical Literacy

$174 Carmen Heilemann 8410-291 July 26-Aug 6, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Session III

Discrete Mathematics and Combinatorics ONLINE D ATA

$99 James Nelsen 8410-113 June 14-18, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp Plus

D ATA

This class is a continuation of Programming I. Learn to write a more complicated program using Java language. Plus, get introduced to program organization, using methods to make the code easier to understand. A basic knowledge of algebra mathematics is required.

$154 Steve Augustine 8410-266 July 26-Aug 6, 9-11am Gr. 9-12, Session III

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Survey of Calculus ONLINE DATA

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This course introduces you to both the theory and the application of techniques that you would learn in a first-semester calculus course taught at the university level, or to learn mathematical techniques that would be taught in an AP Calculus course. You gain an understanding of how calculus techniques relate to graphs of mathematical functions. $154 Steve Augustine 8410-144 June 21-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Session I

Trigonometry ONLINE

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Study triangles and the relationships between their angles and the lengths of their sides. Learn about graphs of trigonometric functions. Enrich your math knowledge, and use basic concepts of trigonometry to calculate the height of the tallest tree on campus. $99 Steve Augustine 8410-314 Aug 2-6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 3

All classes held on UWM campus unless otherwise noted.


Genetics

SCIENCE

$99 Kathleen Hallenbeck 8410-311 Aug 2-6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 3

Amusement Park Physics

LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robotics

Explore the world of physics through your favorite amusement park attractions like loop-the-loops, Ferris wheels, swings, roller coasters and more. Experiment, build and learn physics concepts in a fun, hands-on atmosphere. Learn about friction, gravity, momentum, velocity and other effects of force and motion. $99 Instructor: TBA 8410-233 July 19-23, 9-11am Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 2

8410-136 June 21-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Session I

Have you ever wondered how a bridge or airplane is made? Well, roll up your sleeves, and join us as we put our heads together in engineering teams and build marvels that really work.

8410-201 July 12-23, 9-11am Gr. 9-12, Session II 8410-219 July 12-23, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Session II

$164 Malik Cupid 8410-128 June 21-July 2, 9-11am Gr. 6-8, Session I

Engineering Wonders

$154 UWM CEAS Faculty/Staff

Learn how to build and program robots using the famous LEGO MINDSTORMS kits. Gain familiarity with servo motors, touch sensors, sound sensors, ultrasonic sensors and light sensors. Define a mission for your robot, program the robot to accomplish the mission and then test it!

8410-194 July 12-23, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Session II 8410-210 July 12-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Session II

LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robotics II (Advanced) As an advanced programmer or experienced FIRST LEGO League competitor, find the challenging and exciting adventure you’ve been looking for. Use advanced programming, special attachments and sensors, and creative problem-solving to complete missions from this year’s FIRST LEGO League competition. Please note this is not an introductory course, but an extension of LEGO MINDSTORMS Robotics.

Macro Molecules

There are six common elements (C, H O, N, P, S) in the human body. These elements combine to make the macromolecules: carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids and proteins. These are the building blocks needed to maintain your body! Learn about these different groups and test common foods (pastas, milk, meat and mystery solutions) to see what category they fit into. Perform benedict's test (carbs), sundan III test (fats) and Biuret test (proteins). $99 Kathleen Hallenbeck 8410-333 Aug 9-13, 9-11am Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 4 8410-343 Aug 9-13, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 4

Medical Camp Ready to find out what medical science is really all about? Some possible activities include learning the basics of CPR and first aid (you will not be certified), a focus on biotechnology by exploring some projects such as your blood type, solving crimes using DNA, dissecting real animal specimens, creating bacterial slides to examine under microscopes, using various medical equipment and implements, and so much more! Explore the many career opportunities available in the medical field through hands-on activities, indepth experiments and guest speakers.

Science

MULTIPLE GRADE LEVELS

8410-324 Aug 2-6, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 3

NEW!

Math & Computers

Classes are organized by grade level as well as by subject area. Courses that are offered for multiple grade levels are listed below, followed by courses only available for specific age groups. Please note that the curriculum increases in complexity for each grade level.

Ever wonder why your eyes are blue eyes while your sister’s are brown? Would you like to extract DNA from a living organism all by yourself? Learn how the hereditary information in DNA controls what an organism looks like and how it works through fun, educational activities. Explore your own traits and compare them to those of other students and famous people, actively divide cells under the microscope, extract DNA from bananas and learn about evolution by comparing real animal skulls to human skulls.

$154 Kathleen Hallenbeck 8410-155 June 21-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 6-12, Session I

Survival 101 Are you a survivor? What does this question mean? In this class you learn about some essential life lessons, games and skills. You gain age-appropriate lessons of skills to help you survive in emergencies and in the outdoors, and learn how to create your own outdoor survival kit. $154 Peter Couto 8410-288 July 26-Aug 6, 2-4pm Gr. 6-12, Session III

$164 Malik Cupid 8410-260 July 26-Aug 6, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Session III 8410-277 July 26-Aug 6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Session III

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Rocketry – Up, Up and Away! Ever wonder how a rocket works? This is your chance to find out. Discover how rockets function, design a rocket and blast it off. If you are looking for an out-of-this-world time, this class is for you. $99 Peter Couto 8410-245 July 19-23, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-12, Discovery Camp 2 8410-249 July 19-23, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 2 8410-338 Aug 9-13, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 4

Under the Sea Learn the ABCs of the ocean through hands-on and minds-on activities. Dive in and explore sea animals like jelly fish, octopuses, whales, sea turtles and so much more! Together we will become experts in the world under the waves! $99

Creepy Crawlers

Diana Wiemer 8410-116 June 14-18, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp Plus

Grab your spyglasses and come along on this exciting exploration into the fascinating world of insects, spiders and other creepy crawly creatures! Learn all about what makes bugs tick. Go on bug hunts. Build an ant house. Participate in bug races. Get up close and personal with a variety of creatures, both in the lab and out in the field. All field trips are walking tours on the UWM campus.

Enrica Fracchia 8410-316 Aug 2-6, 2-4pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 3

GRADES K5-2

Courses

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1, 2, 3, Blast Off!

Let's take a ride on a rocket ship and learn about outer space in this cross-curricular class with activities for every subject. We will visit the moon, sun, stars and many planets! By the end of this course you will be ready to fill out your astronaut application and lead your own space expedition! $99 Charlene Oshiem 8410-246 July 19-23, 2-4pm K5-2, Discovery Camp 2

Explore the fascinating world of animals through direct observation and hands-on experiences. Mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish will be studied using live animals and specimens.

$99 Carrie Sullivan 8410-169 June 28-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm K5-2, Discovery Camp 1

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Edible Science Let’s create science projects that we can eat in class, or take home when we are done. Be prepared to make a mess by bringing your own apron. $154 Charlene Osheim 8410-257 July 26-Aug 6, 9-11am Gr. K5-2, Session III

Animal Detectives

$154 Jordan Lind 8410-203 July 12-23, 11:30am-1:30pm K5-2, Session II

$99 Instructor: TBA 8410-100 June 14-18, 9-11am K5-2, Discovery Camp Plus

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Habitats & Biomes

Learn about different habitats and ecosystems on our planet. Explore the plants, animals and food chains of each biome and create your own animal habitat. $154 Becca Lind 8410-122 June 21-July 2, 9-11am Gr. K5-2, Session I

Nature’s Neighborhoods: Ecosystems NEW!

Welcome to the neighborhood! Come explore the environments of Earth and the homes of animals, insects and other forms of life. $99 Carrie Sullivan 8410-227 July 19-23, 9-11am Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 2

Nature’s Storytime Discover wild places in the city to help write your own nature book. Study a different nature theme each day, and use outdoor nature experiences to develop story projects. Work with classmates to create a story by drawing, writing and storytelling about animals found on our walking field trips to Riverside Park, Lake Park and Downer Woods. Please note students will take walks on campus during the two weeks. $154 Charlene Oshiem 8410-270 July 26-Aug 6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. K5-2, Session III

Pet Care Learn how to properly take care of a variety of different pets. What animals make good pets and why? You will care for a pet for the duration of the class. $99 Teagan Briscoe 8410-181 June 28-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 1

All classes held on UWM campus unless otherwise noted.


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Plants Science

Bugs, Beetles and Butterflies

Plants everywhere! Look at the inside and outside of the plants using microscopes to see the different layers. Experience plants through hands-on experience through touch, smell and taste. Discover the importance of plants in everyday life. Come enjoy the beauty of plants. $99 Becca Lind 8410-326 Aug 9-13, 9-11am Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 4

$99 Diana Wiemer 8410-229 July 19-23, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 2

Full STEAM Ahead

STEM Challenge Put your engineering mind to the test as we work to complete daily challenges to expand our knowledge in the areas of science, technology and math. Can you build a house to protect the Three Little Pigs? How many cups can you stack in the Seuss hat challenge? Come join in, and find out how things work through fun, hands-on projects.

Young Scientist’s Toolbox Experiment and measure with scientific tools and everyday items. Learn to use magnets, microscopes, magnifying glasses and measuring cups to explore science. $99 Jordan Lind 8410-295 Aug 2-6, 9-11am Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 3

Learn about our world with fun hands-on learning experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM)! Engage in daily hands-on activities in STEAM and join us as we travel Full STEAM Ahead into education! $154 Megan Grauer 8410-193 July 12-23, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Session II

Gizmos and Gadgets Bicycles, pianos and scales are simple machines. Did you know that you use levers and gears every day? Learn a few principles of physics with us and we’ll create a few inventions of our own! $99 Megan Grauer 8410-328 Aug 9-13, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 4

Healthy Habits We all want to be healthy and we each come with our own laboratory – our human body. What do we need to know to keep the aches and pains away? Join this class to learn about wellness tips that can get you on the right path to a healthier lifestyle.

GRADES 3-5 All About Rocks

Geology is the science that deals with the earth's physical structure and substance. It is the study of Earth’s rocks and how they are transformed throughout time. In this class you learn about the Earth’s rocks and what they are made of. $99 Diana Wiemer 8410-238 July 19-23, 11:30am-1:30am Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 2

Animal Habitats Discuss and observe where and why animals live where they live. Construct a habitat for an animal such as a soda bottle aquarium or a terrarium.

$99 Diana Wiemer 8410-182 June 28-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 1

Jr. Detective Join us as we read mystery books and complete case files together. What are the clues? Who are the suspects? Together we will solve the mystery! $99 Instructor: TBA 8410-297 Aug 2-6, 9-11am Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 3

Nature: The Real Mother of Invention NEW!

Spikes on running shoes were adapted from the cheetah paw and the backbone of the dinosaur helped inspire cathedral design. Dolphin sonar helped the Navy design submarine navigation technology. Learn more about the inventor’s ultimate inspiration. $154 Instructor: TBA 8410-283 July 26-Aug 6, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Session III

Into the Amazon Rainforest Who lives high up in the forest canopy, and what exactly swims and slithers in the Amazon River far below? Meet a mighty anaconda. Encounter a 300-pound catfish. Listen to howler monkeys, touch piranha teeth, see amazing morpho butterfly wings and many other wonderful things. Discover how a very delicate balance of nature keeps a tropical rainforest alive. Oh yeah, and did you know that there’s a spider that eats birds? Come check it out!

Science

$99 Jordan Lind 8410-160 June 28-July 2, 9-11am Gr. K5-2, Discovery Camp 1

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Learn how to net them, trap them and observe them in the wild. Learn to tell friend from foe in the insect world. Lure beautiful butterflies to your garden. Join us on field excursions and lab work.

$99 Diana Wiemer 8410-350 Aug 9-13, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp 4

Ooze, Drip, Bubble & Bounce Get an up-close look at science with exciting and somewhat messy experiments. It’s all in the name – if you believe oozing, dripping, bubbling and bouncing make science fun, join us! $154 Megan Grauer 8410-137 June 21-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 3-5, Session I

Reactive Science It is reloaded and retooled so get ready for reactive science. We start with some chemistry right from the kitchen. Then we work with the wonderful world of magnets. Next, we try to crack the code of the egg drop (hopefully without cracking anything else). And then we go to the air with wet and wonderful water rockets. Be prepared to get wet and muddy, so dress appropriately. $154 Instructor: TBA 8410-151 June 21-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 3-5, Session I

$99 Diana Wiemer 8410-108 June 14-18, 11:30am-1:30am Gr. 3-5, Discovery Camp Plus For more information uwm.edu/sce/kids

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GRADES 9-12 NEW!

All About the Body!

Interested in anatomy and physiology? If so, this is the class for you. This class dives into a few major body systems. You gain in-depth knowledge of different body systems, including: integumentary, immune, respiratory, skeletal and nervous. You will be creating models, learning from a real-life neurobiologist, and playing online games to save the body from destruction! $99 Kathleen Hallenbeck 8410-112 June 14-18, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp Plus

Biology: Mysteries of Life

GRADES 6-8

Geographic Information Systems

Courses

Amazon Rainforest Studies What is it like in the Amazon rainforest? Who lives high up in the forest canopy, and what exactly swims and slithers in the Amazon River far below? Meet a mighty Anaconda. Encounter a catfish that’s 300 pounds. Listen to Howler monkeys, touch Piranha fish teeth, see amazing Morpho butterfly wings, and all kinds of other wonderful things. And the most important thing is that you can discover how a very delicate balance of nature keeps all these things going within a tropical rainforest. Oh yeah, and did you know that there’s a spider that eats birds? Want to see it? Get into this class! $99 Marilyn Kindwall 8410-185 June 28-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 1

CSI Milwaukee Have you ever wondered how mysteries get solved? Learn the techniques involved in evidence gathering, fingerprinting and handwriting analysis, and use a microscope to examine hair and fibers. Discover what it takes to be a crime scene investigator, and solve your own mysteries! $99 Marilyn Kindwall 8410-174 June 28-July 2, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 1

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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) utilizes computer systems for capturing, storing, checking and displaying data related to positions on Earth. In this class you learn about the use of GIS in understanding patterns and relationships within a spatial pattern and compare the locations of different things in order to discover how they relate to each other.

Explore the biological world in the laboratory and the wild outdoors! Study some of the smallest organisms using microscopes and discover how animals live, breathe and function. Experiments in botany, zoology (some with dissection) and microbiology included. Course curriculum progresses in complexity from lower to upper grades. $99 Kathleen Hallenbeck 8410-303 Aug 2-6, 9-11am Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 3

$99 Matt Schumus 8410-253 July 19-23, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 2

Earth Science

It’s Electric!

$99 Matt Schmus 8410-188 June 28-July 2, 2-4pm Gr. 9-12, Discovery Camp 1

Get hands-on experience building safe circuits and motors. Learn about the electrical currents all around you – in your house, your computer, your school. $99 Instructor: TBA 8410-353 Aug 9-13, 2-4pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 4

Urban Farming No matter where we live in the city we can find a place to grow our own food. Learn how community spaces, patio gardening, composting and honey bees play an important role in a city garden. $99 Instructor: TBA 8410-313 Aug 2-6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 6-8, Discovery Camp 3

Earth science is not so simple. It involves geology, astronomy, meteorology, oceanography and a lot more. Learn how these sciences all are linked in this down-to-earth class.

The Science of Aviation Many of us board a plane without understanding what a truly extraordinary experience flight is: suspended 30,000 feet or more in the air, propelled to our destination at close to the speed of sound, protected from extreme cold and low pressure by the thin skin of the aircraft. We realize it’s complicated, but few of us know how it works. In this class you learn the truly amazing science of flight. $154 Jackie Boyd 8410-279 July 26-Aug 6, 11:30am-1:30pm Gr. 9-12, Session III

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School of Continuing Education | College for Kids & Teens Catalog | 2021  

College for Kids & Teens offers a variety of classes to keep young minds (K5-12) active all summer, including creative arts, humanities/soci...

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College for Kids & Teens offers a variety of classes to keep young minds (K5-12) active all summer, including creative arts, humanities/soci...

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